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Hermit

Milky Way from North Wales

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Hi


Just got back from a week at a Haven caravan site near Pwllheli with the family. One clear night I wandered down to the beach and captured these images, amongst others. Very pleased with the Milky Way shot, especially as I captured a meteor (not sure if it was a Perseid).


I was slightly apprehensive about going to the beach on my own late at night but a few teenagers at the other end of the beach made me feel at ease, strangely. Once they left around midnight and the beach was eerily quiet, I thought it would be a good idea to pack up and get back to the caravan...


Both single 30 second exposures, 800 iso, processed in Lightroom to tease out the detail. Any comments/tips welcome. 


Thanks, Dave

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lovely pics they are great.

                                         bob.

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Thanks all. The difference in sensitivity between the eyeball and a camera chip always amazes me.

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