This is my astrophotography spanning over a decade using different telescopes and cameras.

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Like old friends coming and going, so do the stars, constellations and deep sky objects of the various seasons. For Winter one …

IC 2118 The Witch Head Nebula has long been a night sky target I’ve wanted to photograph. It’s a challenging object due …

It goes without saying that the constellation of Orion the hunter is one of the most well known in the Winter night …

Over three nights in late September I pointed the telescope and camera at the northern edge of the Cassiopeia constellation. This is …

Always an amazing sight to see – the Northern Lights October 8th 2013 (Aurora Borealis) painted the evening night skies of Ontario …

M8, The Lagoon Nebula, is a giant interstellar cloud in the constellation Sagittarius. It is classified as an emission nebula. The Lagoon …

I finally was able to get the proper spacing of adapters for the QHY268M cmos camera and my Esprit 100 triplet refractor. …

Galaxy M101 captured with the Vixen VC200L telescope and QHY168C camera. I was able to borrow and test a Vixen VC200L telescope …

One of my first images of M45 The Pleiades Star Cluster with the Skywatcher Equinox 80mm ED APO refractor. Just 2 hours …

A giant stellar nursery region and more than a 1000 light years wide, the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070, is an intricate web …

In June 2020 I pointed the Skywatcher Esprit 100 and new QHY268C camera at the Cygnus Wall for 5 nights. We had a run …

IC405 the Flaming Star Nebula is an emission and reflection nebula surrounding the bluish star AE Aurigae. Ic405 the Flaming Star Nebula …

Taken with the new Starfield Optics 8″ astrograph and Starizona Nexus reducer/corrector to make it an F3 light collecting beast! Also used, …