Southern horizon from my imaging location near Cayley, Alberta, overlooking the Porcupine Hills.
Thanks for visiting my web page! I have a Facebook page for family events and personal things, this web site is geared towards my astrophotography interests. You will find a number of image galleries and some details on the equipment I use, but articles I used to post on "how to" I have removed, as there are so many better and up-to-date ones on the Internet. You will find here many images spanning about 38 years or so using a fair number of different technologies. Hopefully you will find something you like! I haven't posted much over the last couple of years but be assured that new images and content are coming!
Thanks again for stopping by! Feel free to poke around for a while. I am in the process of rebuilding this site with bigger graphics, it will be a while before it is completed or properly sorted. Plus, I am always adding new images. Sometimes this can take a while as we seem to swing from a frozen wasteland to the land of the midnight sun! There is a brief window between these extremes that allows me to get out and shoot new pictures.
|The latest half-dozen or so images to roll off the press...
|There have been a few over the years, most weren't that big or bright.
|Solar System Images
|Astrophotos ranging from aurora to planetary conjunctions and eclipses.
|Images of nebula on film and CCD.
|A mixture of both CCD and film based images of galaxies.
|Open and globular clusters, big and small.
|Odds 'n' Sods
|Astrophotos that don't really fit into a pidgeon-hole!
|The Messier List
|All 110 of them! A work in progress, older shots will be cycled out as they are updated.
|The 110 Finest NGC list
|The RASC110 Finest NGC list compiled by Alan Dyer.
|The hardware used to produce these images.
|Under Construction - A look back at the technology changes and my imaging history over the years.
|How to email me.
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