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The Dragons of Ara, as this nebula is more commonly known, is located about 4000 light years away in the constellation of Ara.
It is a massive star forming region, the most recent of which was likely triggered by winds and supernova explosions, from previous generations of massive stars, that swept up and compressed the molecular gas.
This image has won the prestigious David Malin Award in Astrophotography and the International Dark Sky Association's Deep Sky Award for 2022.
It has also been selected as a NASA Astronomy Photo of the Day and been published in magazines across Australia and Internationally.
Consisting of 15 hours of imaging time over two months, this has been one of my best images so far and my most requested print
The Seagull, as this nebula is more commonly known, is located about 3500 light years away in the constellation of Monoceros.
The "head" of the Seagull is the brightest part of this nebula energised by ultraviolet radiation from a hot young star within that looks almost like it's "eye".
This young star has a mass 11 times greater than our sun and is 11,000 times more luminous!
The strong emissions of gases across this nebula enables the beautiful struture and colours and looks incredibly vibrant in print!
Consisting of 15 hours of imaging time over three months, this is definitely my favourite image to print.
The Dark Wolf
The Dark Wolf, given it's distinct shape, is located in the constellation of Scorpius that graces our winter skies.
This nebula is actually interstellar dust located in a sea of Hydrogen gas, that due to its density blocks out the light of stars from behind it and appears to take on unique shapes.
In this case resembling a Fenryr, a dark mythical wolf leaping out from a rift in space!
Consisting of 14 hours of imaging time over two months, the dark dust contrasted against the rich redness in this image provides a distinct visual appeal and looks great as a statement piece in any room and is sure to spark conversation.
This beautiful star forming region is located in the constellation of Centaurus about 6500 light years away.
This image was one of my very early detailed works and to date one of my favourites.
I've always like presenting this as a starless version given the deep details and structures found within the region. Dark "bok globules" as they are more commonly known float within the centre of the image with stellar dust and clouds framing the lower edge.
Consisting of 12 hours of imaging time over two months, the strong emissions across sulphur, oxygen and hydrogen gases provide the essence for a vibrant striking print.
Aptly titled "Elemental" it provides a great testament to the building blocks of our universe.