- Ralph Smith from Deeral in Queensland, Australia has been photographing the sun for around 14 months
- The stunning results show huge bursts of flames - known as prominences - leaping from the Sun's surface
- Others highlight giant sunspots which are cooler areas of the sun and often larger in size than Earth itself
- 'My equipment is off the shelf amateur astronomy gear. It is all within reach of a normal working person,' said Mr Smith
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