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Photosbykev

A composite Eclipse over 6 hours

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after shooting on 3 cameras from midnight until 07:15 at 30 second intervals I have a lot of data to play with.

This is a quick wip before I get some shuteye.

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Thats brilliant well done.

I views it also the red glowing blood moon gived me quite spookey feeling :)

Amazing view

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Great location and we'll executed composite Kev...

I should have picked your brains before this morning :)

Peter...

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That is fantastic, Kev, with a nice little meteor/satellite trail thrown in for good measure :smile:

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That is fantastic, Kev, with a nice little meteor/satellite trail thrown in for good measure :smile:

I noticed that, too :)

A brilliant image, Kev.  Well done.

James

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great piece of work there Kev. beautiful

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That's super composition! :smiley:

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Beautiful ! well done :)

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Neat stuff. If this is the quickie... what can go into the extended version.

Again you have set the bar just a little higher for me...

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I've settled for this version after adding a lick of paint to it :)

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or this one

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or this one lol

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and a Lunar eclipse phase calendar

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