Stephen Banks, who also likes to be known as ‘Dorset Scouser’ is a stargazer and astrophotographer from dorset, who enjoys taking pictures of our amazing galaxy.
Dorset does not have any motorways, or cities near by to cause light pollution. Making it perfect for people who want to gaze the nights sky.
Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch on the jurassic coast, which makes for some fantastic photos like this.
Stephen uses a full frame DSLR in order to get these stunning photographs.
This is knowlton church, one of the most haunted places in Britain.
Portland bill, during a torrential downpour, a break in the clouds reveals Orions Belt.
He manages to capture a meteor streak Aka, shooting star.
Taking pictures over an extended period of times creates these amazing star trails.
A stunning photograph of the milky way.
Weather can change a lot in these photos. Mist causes an spooky glow coming from a ship in the distance.
Stephens advice is to stay up late, go out and take pictures as much as possible, and do not be afraid to push your camera to its limits.