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As Jupiter and Saturn do not rise above my neighbour's roof, I decided to take my DSLR and tripod down to Corton Cliffs. This is a stack of 8 images at f=18mm and ISO3200. On a warm summer's night, watching Jupiter and Saturn rising from the horizon over the North Sea was quite a beautiful experience. Shame about the lights from the caravan park and from the tankers anchored just off shore awaiting a significant rise in the price of petrol.

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