History and the stars come together in this photograph featuring the beautiful Milky Way together with a critical piece of Western Australia’s historic past. The Karalee Aqueduct was critical in the development of the Goldfields as a way to capture suffucient rainwater runoff to sustain the railways of 1896 – 1950.
This veritcal photograph maximises the effect of the Milky Way and that sense it is towering over the viewer, as it does in-situ. The lines of the aqueduct appear to mirror the river of stars in the Milky Way above.
As with all my prints, these are true long lasting photographic prints, individually prepared and signed by me the photographer. Each print is shipped with care information and identification label for framing
This astrophotograph can be purchased digitally for self-printing, use in books and publications, corporate material, marketing material, etc. Contact me to organise a copyright agreement.