Sunday, February 15, 2015

Star Light, Star Bright

Andy | Sunday, February 15, 2015 | | Best Blogger Tips

When the weather gets warmer I will seek out a darker location.

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  1. No movements in the stars this time.

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    1. Shutter speed 30 seconds did the trick.

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  2. Let's hope it gets warmer soon, Andy! Brrr!

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  3. Fine star photo. You must have been looking north. I'll have to remember your 30th of second trick. Thank you.

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    1. Looking south with a 30 second shutter speed, not 30th.

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  4. It's great you can see so many stars though you have street lamps there.
    But maybe they are ufos which are waiting to landing.. :D

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  5. I'd like to jump to Summer, but you never get the clear skies like you do in Winter.

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  6. Good shot Andy, look forward to seeing the next one from the darker location.

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  7. Beautiful shot!

    I recommend up in Muskoka. When my parents lived there, on a clear night to see the expanse of the Milky Way was breathtaking.

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  8. It's amazing to see so many stars with the ambient light. btw You can stop sending the cold and snow east,

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  9. I like the foreground it gives the photo some perspective. I can't wait for warmer weather. The sky here was beautiful last night, but it was-9... To cold to go out and get a photo of the cool clouds! Your photo is so sharp!

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  10. It's wonderful to get away from light pollution. Our nearest big light source is Victoria. It's surprising to see how much lume we see from there but still nice to have so little around us.

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