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David Smith

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About David Smith

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    "Chewie, we're home"
  • Birthday 01/12/72

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    Male
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    Photography, computing and technology, music (rock,classical, ambient and a few others besides), Sci Fi & 50's B movies, Baseball and American Football.
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    Banbury, UK

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  1. Nice catch Michael. Sun is teasing here today, it sort of looks bright out but there's actually a lot of cloud.
  2. Good catch. Mostly cloudy here today.
  3. Nice image. Lots of cloud here today and due to rain tomorrow.
  4. Nice. All too cloudy here today.
  5. A close call but a good result Me too
  6. Those are lovely sharp Jove's.
  7. Good catch John.
  8. Good catch Charl. I think if i had been up a little earlier I may have gotten some data before the clouds came in
  9. Been a long day Either way, the solar disks looking good.
  10. Super set John. Too much cloud and rain here today
  11. Nicely done Charl. Nothing for me today
  12. Looks good to me Steve.
  13. Nice images Chris, bummer about the filter!
  14. Darn, you beat me. I got 28 of 30 in April a couple of years back, mind you I'm not sure that one that is mostly clouds counts