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    This telescope was at the cottage Rosalind and I rented for a weekend in Big Hill, NSW.

    This image is constructed from 3 separate photos I took as the sun was setting - one right after sunset, one 10 minutes later as it was getting fairly dark, and another 50 minutes later when all the stars were out.

    Iseth, a loof, ilovetacitos, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Iseth 61 months ago | reply

      Cool shot, great composition!

      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    2. risteli 56 months ago | reply


      Just to let you know I used this picture in my website (, and gave you credit for it as required by the Creative Commons license you used.

      Feel free to contact me should you wish to remove it or change attribution details. Thank you!

    3. Stevie Steve Steven 56 months ago | reply

      Very nice well balanced shot all the way around

    4. 55 months ago | reply

      Thanks, I used this image to illustrate an article to answer the question:
      Can I name an asteroid?

    5. RumpledElf 45 months ago | reply

      This is a popular image! I have also used it, at

    6. DezzyW 22 months ago | reply

      Beautiful photo, I used it for an article on great inventions (telescope). Thank you.

    7. EchoSciences Grenoble 15 months ago | reply

      Hi Ryan !
      Nice shot ! :-) We used your photo to illustrate one of our articles (in French) :
      For your information, your Flickr account is quoted in footnote.
      Feel free to add a comment :-)
      Thanks for sharing !
      The Echosciences Grenoble team

    8. gauravstone 12 months ago | reply

      This is really great post. I think the most difficult part of freelancing for a starter is to be very disciplined with time management and quality of work. This is not easy task to be done. I think freelancing is best way to improve designing. Thanks for sharing

    9. oduarpa 2 months ago | reply

      Hi Ryan, I used your beautiful photo for a University assignment, approriately attributed.
      Many thanks,

    10. kdsewell 4 weeks ago | reply

      I thought my first post went through, but I guess not... I used your image and gave appropriate credit based (and will always) on the Some Rights Reserved link provided on this page. I used the image to illustrate the "curiosity" effective leaders must have in order to be successful. I may distribute it non-commercially as a memento of that particular leadership quality. It's truly a beautiful picture and thank you for sharing it and allowing others to experience it.

    11. healinghamlet 16 hours ago | reply

      I would like to use this in my blog: healinghamlet(dot)com with credit and link to you. Thanks.

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