Photographing the Night Sky: Capturing the Stars, Milky Way, and Northern Lights

Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 7:00pm – 8:30pm Save to Calendar

Come see an astrophotographer's photographs of the night sky!


Not Required


  • General Admission: Free


Mather Auditorium

This event is handicap accessible

Artist, astrophotographer, philosopher, musician, movie buff, and self-proclaimed connoisseur of beverages made from malted barley Mike Taylor has been interested in observing and photographing the features of the night sky since he was a child. He says it is an awe-inspiring experience that too few people ever get to enjoy. Nature at night is so radically different from the day! Moonlight, unusual noises, or unfamiliar sights can awaken your inner child. We marvel at the world again.  

Mike Taylor is a contributing member of the International Dark-Sky Association and he has been working in conjunction with their organization to help raise public awareness of artificial light pollution and its negative effects on human health, wildlife, safety and energy waste.  

Taylor’s landscape astrophotography and scenic/nature images articles have been featured in many places including Down East, Outdoor Photography, Astronomy, social media, and television news programs to name just a few.  

Marvel at the sights of the night sky!  This program, sponsored by York County Audubon, is free and open to the public.  Come early for social time and refreshments.


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