Park Ranger’s Starry Night

A park ranger has captured the stunning beauty of the night’s sky by photographing constellations in a world away from light pollution. Jacob Frank first became interested in night photography while working as a park ranger in Alaska, USA. While there he took his first snap of an aurora – but was soon moved back down to the lower 48 states were he said he couldn’t get his fix for the phenomena.

A park ranger has captured the stunning beauty of the night's sky by photographing constellations in a world away from light pollution. Jacob Frank first became interested in night photography while working as a park ranger in Alaska, USA. While there he took his first snap of an aurora - but was soon moved back down to the lower 48 states were he said he couldn't get his fix for the phenomena.

A park ranger has captured the stunning beauty of the night's sky by photographing constellations in a world away from light pollution. Jacob Frank first became interested in night photography while working as a park ranger in Alaska, USA. While there he took his first snap of an aurora - but was soon moved back down to the lower 48 states were he said he couldn't get his fix for the phenomena.

A park ranger has captured the stunning beauty of the night's sky by photographing constellations in a world away from light pollution. Jacob Frank first became interested in night photography while working as a park ranger in Alaska, USA. While there he took his first snap of an aurora - but was soon moved back down to the lower 48 states were he said he couldn't get his fix for the phenomena.

A park ranger has captured the stunning beauty of the night's sky by photographing constellations in a world away from light pollution. Jacob Frank first became interested in night photography while working as a park ranger in Alaska, USA. While there he took his first snap of an aurora - but was soon moved back down to the lower 48 states were he said he couldn't get his fix for the phenomena.