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I suppose i should call this one Orions Gate or the Road to Orion:rolleyes:

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Canon 5DMKII

Canon 17-40mm L Lens

My usual 30 second exposures.

F 4.5

ISO 4000.

First image at 17 mm

second at 25mm

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Stewart!!!!

EXCELLENT!!!!

(Sorry, couldn't just leave it at that. Have you thought about holding public exhibitions of your work? Wish somebody could fund you to do a UK tour - the first 'otherworldly' picture would look fantastic blown up to a large canvas.)

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Two great pictures again Stewart, the first one is my favourite though, awesome picture!

Jamie

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Great and, as above, well thought out.

Now that you have given us More From Loch More I really thiink you should offer us a second series called Less from Loch Ness...'

Ok, I'm on my way!

Olly

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Stewart!!!!

EXCELLENT!!!!

(Sorry, couldn't just leave it at that. Have you thought about holding public exhibitions of your work? Wish somebody could fund you to do a UK tour - the first 'otherworldly' picture would look fantastic blown up to a large canvas.)

Thats very generous of you to say so but i doubt if i could generate enough interest in Thurso,never mind the country.:)

Great and, as above, well thought out.

Now that you have given us More From Loch More I really thiink you should offer us a second series called Less from Loch Ness...'

Ok, I'm on my way!

Olly

There will be a lot less of everything for the next month or so,back on the 12 hour shifts tomorrow,deep joy...........:)

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There will be a lot less of everything for the next month or so,back on the 12 hour shifts tomorrow,deep joy...........:)

Every cloud has a silver lining .. any thoughts on the next "glass" purchase?

Peter...

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Superb as usual Stewart! Much better imho than the Orion pic that was APOD the other day :)

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Beautiful images there Stewart, thank you. :D

PS .... your Orion is around the wrong way. :):D

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Beautiful images there Stewart, thank you. :D

PS .... your Orion is around the wrong way. :):D

A guy from work was at Tasmania last year and he thought seeing Orion the other way round was so weird.

Thanks to everyone for your comments.

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