This abstract astronomy photograph shows the silhouetted tree forming together with the clouds a window into the distant stars. The shape and appearance that immediately struck me as being reminiscent of the Hubble Space Telescope’s view of the V838 Monocerotis.
The image shows two bright stars, their presence emphasised by the cloud which has diffused their light. These stars are Canopus (left) and Sirius (right), Sirius being the brightest star in the sky and at this time of year setting low in the west after sunset.
The silhouetted tree is almost like a craw coming out of the mist below, and is very imposing. Almost as though the tree is reaching out to the viewer pulling them in to the portal to the stars.
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.