Night Passing - Loch Sunart Shore, Rockpool House, Resipole, Sunart
From late August to Mid-October, it is dark enough at night for us to see the cloudy core of our Galaxy, the Milky Way, where dust lanes, nebulas, and star clusters are all more concentrated. On this clear night in mid-September, it soars above the road that runs along the shore of Loch Sunart.
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Our Dark Skies