A photographer has captured the beautiful movements of the night sky in Kent.
Chris Cork spent more than 50 hours creating a time-lapse video showcasing the county's skies.
Chris captures the beautiful movements of the Kent skies and Stonehenge
"It's therapy for me because I lost quite a bit of business in lockdown, it hit me like a sledgehammer," said Mr Cork, director of the Mango Print printing company in Maidstone.
"If you've got a passion for something you always make a way."
He came up with the idea to create time lapses in lockdown.
He said: "It started when we had that Neowise comet. I went out to capture it and I got addicted after that, going out two to three times a week.
"I discovered there are quite a few dark places in Kent where you can capture the Milky Way."
Mr Cork says his passion for photography started in 2013 after he was inspired by the work of others.
"It's something I've wanted to do for years, but I've only recently had the time to do it.
"I started seeing it online and I thought how do I do that? So I bought a camera and I've been doing it ever since."
Mr Cork is self-taught. "I've had a YouTube education," he said.
The 40-year-old said his favourite spots in Kent to capture the skies are Dungeness and the St Thomas Becket Church on Romney Marsh. "They are the two most common dark spots."
"To get the Milky Way you have to take 20 seconds to get one picture to get the detail out. So to get four seconds of Milky Way movement you've got to take about 30 minutes of shots.
"Each 10-second clip probably takes an hour to render, but it could take longer if you need to do some trial and error."
Mr Cork says he hopes to continue sharing his content with others after receiving positive feedback.
He said: "It inspires me to do it more when I get nice feedback."