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We normally create a separate thread for  General pics and Images from SGL11 so here goes...

A few "paparazzi" shots to start with... These aren't on Flickr to avoid any possible embarrassment :)

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Single Shot Pseudo HDR...

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River Wye Lucksall P5D_0518 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

And a few early morning misty Handheld -2EV +2eV 5 Shot HDR's...

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Lucksall Tree HDR P5D_0627-31 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

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Lucksall Tree HDR P5D_0617-21 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

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Lucksall Tree HDR P5D_0589-93 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

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Lucksall Tree HDR P5D_0529-33 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

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Reed Bunting  Emberiza schoeniclus 7D2_5419 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

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Mute Swan Cygnus olor 7D2_5354 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

I have a few others to sort out later...

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Phesant Phasianus colchicus 7D2_5238 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

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Mute Swans Cygnus olor 7D2_5255 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

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Mute Swan Cygnus olor 7D2_5344 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

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European Robin Erithacus rubecula 7D2_5241 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

 

Nice to meet friends old an new but I had given my pain killers away and was in absolute agony so decided it was safer to drive home early last night than this morning...

Peter..

 

 

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Wow Psychobilly (qu'est-ce que c'est?) those are breath-taking pictures. The trees with the ridges of earth in front is beautiful.

Sorry you are poorly-bad. I suppose squishing up next to me at the quiz pushed you over the edge....(!)

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8 minutes ago, lulu57 said:

Wow Psychobilly (qu'est-ce que c'est?) those are breath-taking pictures. The trees with the ridges of earth in front is beautiful.

Sorry you are poorly-bad. I suppose squishing up next to me at the quiz pushed you over the edge....(!)

LOL...  It was great to see you both again and share our knowledge of all things "Dudley"... :)

Still off my feet and dosed up on painkillers  :(

Peter...

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Hi all.  Bank home in West Yorkshire after the long trip back.  Decided to spend a little time having a play with the Subs of M42 that I captured on Sunday under the light of a cresent moon.

This is very much a work in progress, but wanted to share the beginnings.   When I sit down to process this properly, I'm going to start again from the DSS output, and follow the narrow band processing workshop notes from saturday, with any luck the results will be even better.  This image is the result of 20 * 3 min stubs, with darks, flats and bias.  I also have 20* 30 second subs which should let me fix the blown out trapezium.   All the subs were taken at ISO800.

 

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I was on the cloudy Friday and Saturday nights. First star party as well as first time camping... What an experience! 

With clouds and haze, didn't try seriously, captured a 30sec Jupiter in mono, just as a token from sgl xi. Here's the result

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On 13/03/2016 at 09:45, PBS said:

We normally create a separate thread for  General piucs and Images from SGL11 so here goes...

A few "paparazzi" shots to start with... These aren't on Flickr to avoid any possible embarrassment :)

Swamp%20Thing%20Face%20Palm%20SGL11%207D

RikM%20Butty%20SGL11%207D2_5458.jpg

Big%20Stu%20who%20said%20EAA%20was%20eas

Estwing%20SGL11%207D2_5507.jpg

Tog%20in%20the%20Mist%207D2_5224.jpg

 

Single Shot Pseudo HDR...

25653965461_c11ceda0f8_c.jpg
River Wye Lucksall P5D_0518 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

And a few early morning misty Handheld -2EV +2eV 5 Shot HDR's...

25653965811_161dde65ca_c.jpg
Lucksall Tree HDR P5D_0627-31 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

25722985786_45a2359e58_c.jpg
Lucksall Tree HDR P5D_0617-21 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

25653966491_bd0c8bce36_c.jpg
Lucksall Tree HDR P5D_0589-93 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

25118609214_b778f86de3_c.jpg

Lucksall Tree HDR P5D_0529-33 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

25723638716_45da18dbc4_c.jpg
Reed Bunting  Emberiza schoeniclus 7D2_5419 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

25628699832_b1435d4227_c.jpg
Mute Swan Cygnus olor 7D2_5354 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

I have a few others to sort out later...

25125004124_d0d3f0bae5_c.jpg
Phesant Phasianus colchicus 7D2_5238 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

25755446965_4013fea996_c.jpg
Mute Swans Cygnus olor 7D2_5255 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

25755447055_d2379f2e57_c.jpg
Mute Swan Cygnus olor 7D2_5344 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

25660369021_9b62993a41_c.jpg
European Robin Erithacus rubecula 7D2_5241 by Peter Smith, on Flickr

 

Nice to meet friends old an new but I had given my pain killers away and was in absolute agony so decided it was safer to drive home early last night than this morning...

Peter..

 

 

Top Drawer Images as per usual Mr Smith . So that's where you went very early Saturday Morning :icon_biggrin:.

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26 minutes ago, PBS said:

Yep sorry Ron... I  had to be in place before the sun rose above the hills...

Although I am now paying for it - Carrying the kit over one shoulder for so long has probably caused or at least not helped the back problem :(

Peter...

 

 

Great pictures as usual!

Hope that the back eases. Us non photographers often forget that these views don't just happen.

Paul

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I was delighted to see so many of us there, and so many Mobile Units & Caravans.
Tents are OK, but when my heater tripped out  on Saturday night, I woke up frozen, even in a sleeping bag, and a couple of blankets.
I crawled out and re tried the heater, thankfully it fired up, and I soon recovered. I must be a wimp :icon_biggrin:.  Pity about the lack of Astronomy, although I understand some had a little success, If only for brief periods.
I Got some random camp site  Images, just with my Phone Cam., but sadly, my Astro Image Virginity is still Intact :eek::D.

 

 

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1 hour ago, PBS said:

I now know why I prefer hiding behind the camera rather than being caught infront of one

Stop that young Smith. You have oodles of Character, you laugh a lot, and you are one of the most  generous and helpful
people I've ever met. What a person looks like reveals very very little about them. FACT!!

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I need to grab the few shots I took off my DSLR, but I submit this one and claim it to be a star party image because i) I took it on the same day as the star party, after I got home and ii) I took it with a camera I bought at the star party!!!

That counts then, yes??! :)

Hey, it's the first image I've taken in who-knows-how-long!!!

 

 

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2 hours ago, daz said:

I need to grab the few shots I took off my DSLR, but I submit this one and claim it to be a star party image because i) I took it on the same day as the star party, after I got home and ii) I took it with a camera I bought at the star party!!!

That counts then, yes??! :)

Hey, it's the first image I've taken in who-knows-how-long!!!

 

 

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There's enough in your explanation to qualify the Image as a Star Party piece of work Daz. 
Don't use the same one next time though, or you will be Reported.
I didn't know you were a Moon Man :icon_biggrin:.

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