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1833 second f 3.5, 18 mm, iso 100, 11/12/07, 10-57 pm
reflections, star, trails
I love these shots of yours, this is onother great one.
Great night sky shot
Great one Murray, did you take this one lately? The house sure has fallen down since I saw it last, I think it had the roof when I saw it last. This is the same one at Bills Gully is it?
Thanks Danielle, Champion and Annie.Annie, it was taken last December. It’s the one near Yeringa
Excellent! And you’re having a lot of fun with this, too… it’s obvious— don’t try to deny it! lol
Thanks Dayonda. Yes I’m having a lot of fun. It’s a challenge to find some thing different and interesting to include in the star trail.
– Murray Wills
YES ! YES ! YES !!!!! This is the best time laps photography i have ever seeN on here ! ….Thankyou, for getting it soooo RiGhT ! FantastiC. can you tell how excited i am ?! … : ]Wonderful !!!!!
Yes, I can tell you are excited. Thanks for your comments on my work !!
How are the colors !? The colors of the stars ( The red ones ! ) just blow me away : ]I have one star trail pic up, if you wanna check it ?? Let us know what you think ? On front page.
The change of focus creates an interesting effect.Have you tried a digital camera for star trails ?My longest exposure using digital so far was aprox. 30 minutes, the average would be around 10 min.
Great job Murray. Interesting having the red streak in there. Do you know what star that is?
Thanks Kody.The red star ? Possibly Betelgeuse (Alpha Orion)
No ! Aint tried digi long exposures : (
Murray, this has a quality quite unlike anything I’ve ever seen in a startrail pic. The reds of Betelgeuse and Aldebaran and the lilac(!) of Sirius are particularly fascinating. Have you thought of putting these in the Astronomy group?
Thanks Duncan. The colours never cease to amaze.I will look into joining the Astronomy Group.