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03-10-2021, 10:00 AM - 6 Likes   #1426
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entrance/exit of the hwy 99 tunnel


03-10-2021, 05:52 PM   #1427
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QuoteOriginally posted by taks Quote
entrance/exit of the hwy 99 tunnel
Excellent. I love all the different layers of roads leading into the picture.
03-11-2021, 09:16 AM   #1428
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Excellent. I love all the different layers of roads leading into the picture.
Thank you
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K3 DA10-17 zoomburst from a low angle. Want to go a lot lower for a shot like this but couldn't do it because K3 has a fix LCD.


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Got up around 2:45 on Monday so I could try for a milky way shot before I went to work. Headed up the mountain behind my house on my quad, and some clouds rolled in before the sun came up. I had my camera pointed elsewhere, but when I saw the car coming down the windy mountain road I was sable to line up this not quite 2 minute shot, Rokinon 14 f2.8.


I was back up there again yesterday morning, and was able to get this milky way shot. 21 light frames, 10 dark frames, 15 seconds at iso 3200 with a Rokinon 14 f2.8.


And I had time to get this one just before the sun came up using my Sigma 105 f2.8 macro. You might recognize the dip in the hills from the left side of the photo above.


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wandering around a few weeks back while my wife had a Covid jab - so hand-held, hence higher ISO

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K3 DA10-17 zoomburst from a low angle. Want to go a lot lower for a shot like this but couldn't do it because K3 has a fix LCD.
Very nice!!

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QuoteOriginally posted by turbo_bird Quote
Got up around 2:45 on Monday so I could try for a milky way shot before I went to work. Headed up the mountain behind my house on my quad, and some clouds rolled in before the sun came up. I had my camera pointed elsewhere, but when I saw the car coming down the windy mountain road I was sable to line up this not quite 2 minute shot, Rokinon 14 f2.8.


I was back up there again yesterday morning, and was able to get this milky way shot. 21 light frames, 10 dark frames, 15 seconds at iso 3200 with a Rokinon 14 f2.8.


And I had time to get this one just before the sun came up using my Sigma 105 f2.8 macro. You might recognize the dip in the hills from the left side of the photo above.


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Those are fantastic! I especially love the first two.

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QuoteOriginally posted by ffking Quote
wandering around a few weeks back while my wife had a Covid jab - so hand-held, hence higher ISO

Beautiful light and it looks like a cool building.
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I had a rare opportunity to see the northern lights this weekend, so I was out with my camera most of the night again. At least I didn't have to go to work in the morning this time.

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QuoteOriginally posted by turbo_bird Quote
I had a rare opportunity to see the northern lights this weekend, so I was out with my camera most of the night again. At least I didn't have to go to work in the morning this time.

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Is this all we get for an allnighter? One outstanding shot, The Northern Lights have always fascinated me and I admire the photo events that folks "up north" get to enjoy the way we in the Southwest Desert have our "Sunsets".
Thanks for sharing............Cliff
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While still in lock down.
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zoomburst from a low angle.
very cool! nice work
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steel wool & star trails.....K-r...DA15ltd

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steel wool & star trails.....K-50...promaster spectrum7 19-35

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Cottage overlooking Tumbarumba NSW - looking south with the centre of the Milky Way about to rise in the SE.
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How about an early morning shot from a few years ago?
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