This is how the Milky Way looks from a dark location under a full Moon. The sky is very bright and blue but even so the structure of the Milky Way is faintly visible in the background and the dark lanes in the Milky Way can also be seen.
Looking at the Milky Way in a photo that looks like daytime is a misterious experience, Moon magic.
The brightest part of the Milky Way pointing towards the galactic center rises almost to the zenith as seen from the south hemisphere during winter months. A faint case of airglow makes the sky looks green specially towards the bottom right of the image.
A two days old waxing crescent moon setting in the twilight and a last glimpse to Jupiter before it gets too close to the Sun to see it. Jupiter's moons can be seen in the photo even in this wide view. Check Jupiter's Moons in the large version.