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An amazing set of photographs shows the Cornish coastline illuminated by the bright stars of the Milky Way.
The images were snapped by 18-year-old student and astrophotography enthusiast Josef FitzGerald-Patrick, who got up during the early hours of the morning to capture the images.
Photographs - Experience
He said taking the photographs was an 'awesome experience' that he found therapeutic, 'like meditating'.
Mr FitzGerald-Patrick captured a small cove near Porthgwarra, Carn Les Boel, Kynance Cove, Mullion Cove, Pordenack Point, Mousehole Harbour, and Lanyon Quoit at various times throughout the night.
Occasion - Photographer - Land - End - Cornwall
On one occasion, the dedicated photographer, from Land's End in Cornwall, woke up 2.30am and rode his bicycle six miles (9.5 km) to photograph the stars.
Mr FitzGerald-Patrick, who runs his own astrophotography workshops, used long-exposure techniques to capture the Milky Way.
Images - Number - Photography - Awards - Youth
His images have won a number of photography awards, including Youth Class Winner of AA Publishing's 2018 Landscape Photographer Of The Year.
The winning photo of Porthgwarra Cove in Cornwall will be published in a book displaying all of this...
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