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When I was 15 years old, my Aunt handed me a foldout page from a National Geographic magazine titled "Star Birth in the Orion Nebula." These were among the first images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope of the Orion Nebula, and this marked the beginning of my profound fascination with astronomy. Tragically, just a week later, my Aunt's life was cut short by a drunk driver. The Orion Nebula, the only one visible to the naked eye, became a personal memorial to her.

For the next 25 years, I found solace in gazing up at the night sky. While I owned a few telescopes, I never fully committed the time and resources required to delve deeply into the hobby. It seemed that visual astronomy didn't quite capture the magic I had felt when beholding those breathtaking Hubble images. However, in late 2019, I stumbled upon the captivating world of astrophotography. I couldn't believe my eyes—these astounding images were being captured right from people's own backyards. I was utterly mesmerized.

On March 12, 2020, armed with just my Nikon D3200 DSLR and a regular tripod, I embarked on my first astrophotography journey, capturing the mesmerizing Orion Constellation. This marked the ignition of a passion that has been growing steadily ever since. Rarely do clear nights pass without my rig being set up outdoors, capturing the beauty of our galaxy and beyond. Despite my limited free time, I dedicate myself to processing and reprocessing my images, learning from my mistakes, all in pursuit of creating the best possible visual treasures to share with you.


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