LAST night’s power cut may have been inconvenient, but the lack of light provided stargazers with a chance to see the night sky better than usual while casting a surreal shadow over Warragul’s CBD.
Above: the Warragul cenotaph with a more starry backdrop than usual.
Photos by William PJ Kulich.
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Above: the Old Shire Hall on Queen Street. Light from passing cars.
Above: on Smith Street. The moon provided much of the light in many of these photos.
Above: Warragul Railway Station, complete with stranded passenger train. Red light from signals.
Above: Smith Street. A larger number of vehicles than usual were in town to check on shops and explore the newly darkened streets.
Above: the former GSI building on Smith Street.
Above: Smith Street.
Above: another view of the cenotaph.
Above: one of the street lights on the railway bridge.
Above: the Palmerston Street/Smith Street roundabout, looking down Smith Street toward the freeway (where the light appeared to be coming from).
Above: one of the Smith Street buildings near Queen Street.
Above: not a great photo, but I’ve included it to prove it really was pretty dark! Many of these photos show more light than was visible to the human eye due to the shutter speed.
Above: Smith street.
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