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Uranium235

One of those nights.....

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Where you wish you hadnt bothered! :)

Moon - all wrong

Fog - all wrong

Sky quality - all wrong

Framing - all wrong (should have rotated the camera)

All in all, brimming with wrongability!

I think I must have knocked the camera at some point because the subs got rotated a bit, meaning I had to crop the image and get it more wrong than it already was.... doh!

Here it is anyway, for what its worth! Never mind ey, its supposed to be clear tomorrow night but with this Moon about I might give it a miss.

5x900 (Ha) x2 panes - and a prime example of how not to do it

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That's still an impressive capture in my view, given all the things you said went wrong! You must set very high standards for yourself!

Regards

John

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That's still an impressive capture in my view, given all the things you said went wrong! You must set very high standards for yourself!

Regards

John

Thanks John. Normally I wouldnt have posted something like this, but it was such a comdey of errors I thought I should put it up for a laugh :)  and to show that even experienced imagers are prone to the occasional whoopsie! :D

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