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Mt McKay, Alpine National Park, Australia.
At 1842m, Mt McKay is the highest drivable peak in Australia. I had originally planned to go to a different location and do an all night timelapse, but when I arrived, that location was completely clouded out despite a forecast of clear skies. Plan B was to head even higher to see if we could get above the clouds, and we were briefly rewarded with this view before the clouds came back.
Thin crescent moon on the horizon. Jupiter is the bright spot in the top right hand corner of the frame and the Pleiades star cluster is below and to the left of Jupiter.
Despite the bad weather it was great to meet and do a bit of photography with
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