John Hlynialuk, a member of the Bluewater Astronomical Society and avid stargazer, is one of the newer members of the Camera Club. In just a few meetings, we’ve already seen his insights on the phenomena that happen over our heads and some of his astrophotography. Even ‘restricting’ him to using a mobile phone did not stop him from photographing the moon or star trails!
In March, he’s presenting two astronomy talks at the Grey Roots Museum featuring his photos plus those of other BAS members. These should be intriguing for any photographers interested in the night sky. They are free to Grey Roots Museum members, otherwise, it is the cost of admission to the museum. Click the links below for more details at the Grey Roots website.
“You HAVE to see it! This lively presentation will explain the science behind the natural phenomena of solar eclipses and where and how to experience them over the next 5 – 6 years.”
“The second most beautiful phenomena in Astronomy! Join John […] as he discusses what these phenomena are and how to be in the right place at the right time to see one of these stunning light shows.”