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03-01-2014, 10:22 AM   #1
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Cheers from BC, Canada - unknown image

After 30 years go not taking photos at all really, I finally am back at it. I'm so happy,

I'm wondering if anyone has captured an aircraft breaking the barrier at night? I think I may have (accidentally of course) but am not sure at all what I've got. I was looking for northern lights in the sky in Iceland on Feb 28/14 and want to compare.

I'm on holidays and can't load the photo yet but will next week.

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Where in BC are you? I've never even tried to catch an aircraft breaking the sound barrier to see what would happen. The camera might be fast enough, but I'm not.
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Ha! I'm in Iceland at the moment. Contemplating sending the photo to NASA or something. It's very strange and I'm not experienced or smart enough to make sense of it.
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I meant, when you are home, where are you?

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Oh I must have travelers brain.
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Have you shot the northern lights? Easier than I thought but weird how much more color the camera picks up.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Dardar Quote
weird how much more color the camera picks up
Welcome to the forum, I think it's because the camera sensors can be more sensitive to certain colours than our eyes are aware of at the time.
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We moved up here from Hitching Post Crescent off 248th in 1982.
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Welcome to PF and bonjour from France, Dardar ... hope to see an image or two soon ... Salut, J

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