downloadAstro-photographer, Jamie Currie, has found the Isle of Wight to be the perfect spot to capture the constellations in stunning definition. Talking to the Daily Mail, who named the Island the “Isle of Light”, Jamie said: “The light pollution on the Isle of Wight allows me to pull as much possible light into the camera to capture the billions of stars in the galaxy. It’s a truly astounding phenomenon”. The Milky Way contains between 100 and 400billion stars that cannot be distinguished properly with naked eye. But on the Isle of Wight, you can takedownload-1 spectacular images of the iridescent colours of the Milky Way illuminating the night sky. We have lots of special places on the Island where you can see one of nature’s great displays, from St Catherine’s Point with its stunning coastal views to Brighstone Beach and the Needles Headland. So grab a pair of binoculars and get ready for a spectacular light show in which the
night sky is suddenly lit up with a wondrous glow.