Milky Way At Durdle Door

These space-tacular pictures of the ‘gateway to the Milky Way’ are the shining star of asto-photographer Stephen Banks. Taken at midnight just as the clouds parted, keen sky-watcher Stephen managed to capture the centre of our galaxy as it passed through the stunning rock archway Durdle Door, Dorest. By setting his camera to a 30-second exposure time, and using a bright LED torch to illuminate the arch, the 24-year-old snatched the perfect moment.

These space-tacular pictures of the 'gateway to the Milky Way' are the shining star of asto-photographer Stephen Banks. Taken at midnight just as the clouds parted, keen sky-watcher Stephen managed to capture the centre of our galaxy as it passed through the stunning rock archway Durdle Door, Dorest. By setting his camera to a 30-second exposure time, and using a bright LED torch to illuminate the arch, the 24-year-old snatched the perfect moment.

These space-tacular pictures of the 'gateway to the Milky Way' are the shining star of asto-photographer Stephen Banks. Taken at midnight just as the clouds parted, keen sky-watcher Stephen managed to capture the centre of our galaxy as it passed through the stunning rock archway Durdle Door, Dorest. By setting his camera to a 30-second exposure time, and using a bright LED torch to illuminate the arch, the 24-year-old snatched the perfect moment.

These space-tacular pictures of the 'gateway to the Milky Way' are the shining star of asto-photographer Stephen Banks. Taken at midnight just as the clouds parted, keen sky-watcher Stephen managed to capture the centre of our galaxy as it passed through the stunning rock archway Durdle Door, Dorest. By setting his camera to a 30-second exposure time, and using a bright LED torch to illuminate the arch, the 24-year-old snatched the perfect moment.

These space-tacular pictures of the 'gateway to the Milky Way' are the shining star of asto-photographer Stephen Banks. Taken at midnight just as the clouds parted, keen sky-watcher Stephen managed to capture the centre of our galaxy as it passed through the stunning rock archway Durdle Door, Dorest. By setting his camera to a 30-second exposure time, and using a bright LED torch to illuminate the arch, the 24-year-old snatched the perfect moment.