He shifts nervously in his seat and glances at you behind the camera. Meanwhile you are trying your hardest not to laugh at his flirty and suggestive words which are going completely over the head of the sweet Indonesian interviewer.
"Bastard. You’re going to pay for this later." You think to yourself.
The Milky Way rises over the Wairarapa on the North Island of New Zealand.
The light my camera captured of the Milky Way’s galactic center is approximately 27,000 years old. That means this light would have left the galactic center of the Milky Way during the late stone age period here on earth - long before there was any modern day lighting like we see emitting from the towns below the Milky Way in this photograph.