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Everything posted by Daniel-K

  1. does it matter aslong as your enjoying yourself?
  2. you can camp in the woods if your brave enough arrive late leave early
  3. apparently this was the communication satellite that re entered last night at 10:58 pretty cool
  4. whoa!!! 3 weeks without my camera i was going nuts! its had a new part fitted and good to go and what better way to test it under a stary sky! i spent two nights under the stars meeting new people and watching meteors whizzzing over head this weekend. Sony A7RII Zeiss 24-70mm F4 iso 6000 20" Llanddwyn gazers by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr MW cloudy by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr
  5. Was out last night and was treated to a wonderful display in the menai straights
  6. Thanks Paul. That's taken at 200mm F5.6. With the fabulous Sony 70-200mm OSS
  7. Daniel-K

    The lone Gazer

    From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    Walking back from ynys llanddwyn as it just gets dark enough to see the milkyway. I stopped and took a selife :)
  8. Daniel-K


    From the album: Imaging Challenge #15 - The Milky Way - Now Closed

    A small bunch of dead trees i found on a beach lined up fantastic for an early season mikyway shot. I love the fact this was shot in Wales but feels like it could have been shot in Namibia

    © Daniel Kenealy

  9. Low and behold i was out again in Anglesey last night. Basically thinking of doing some wide field astro workshops there this year. I was walking back from ynys llanddwyn after capturing sunset and i had forgot my head torch and forgot just how dark that beach is. especially when you have to find the walk way for the car park ! I stumbled across these dead trees and thought that they would make some good foreground interest. after spending 40 mins fooling around taking a selfie i headed over to Penmon to see if there was any bio plankton again what i didnt expect was the NLC display! brightest one ive seen this year so far. Hope you like the shots and timelapes Danny Peace by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr Guider by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr Low display by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr Calm waters by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr
  10. Aye i know Kris he only lives 2 minutes away show he always goes down to see if its there during the spring/summer
  11. Images submitted for LPOTY fingers x'd 

  12. Im using the built in sony app on the sony A7Rii then using Filmora to put it together.
  13. er.......is there @MODS an NLC comp going ??????
  14. Thank for the kind words Sunshine getting better every time i go out cheers sweetheart thank you John thanks very much Craney cheers Andy
  15. well last night i was out shooting for commission work and it was going horrible as there must be some sort of event coming soon as there are banners and signs all over the city buildings. I got some new angles so it wasn't a complete bust. Whilst in the que for the car park ticket my head was wandering looking up. I saw some bright patches over to the North and thought sure not at 11:25? too early for sure. Then came the messages "Danny NLC's visable " BIG DISPLAY" great i was starving and i had planned on going to the KFC on the way home. I've had an image in my head for a while for a local spot that i visit quite regularly, and to my knowledge ive not seen a shot of NLC's from it. So i made the short trip through the wallasey tunnel to New Brighton lighthouse. What can i can i say my jaw dropped when i came along side the prom and saw the display, it was so bright! i literary ran to the beach and set up. hope you like Danny New Brighton NLC by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr
  16. oh gosh it was about 12:15 didnt last long at all
  17. Getting to grips with this now. one from last night
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