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Low and behold i was out again in Anglesey last night. Basically thinking of doing some wide field astro workshops there this year.  I was walking back from ynys llanddwyn after capturing sunset and i had forgot my head torch and forgot just how dark that beach is. especially when you have to find the walk way for the car park ! 

I stumbled across these dead trees and thought that they would make some good foreground interest. 

after spending 40 mins fooling around taking a selfie i headed over to Penmon to see if there was any bio plankton again what i didnt expect was the NLC display! brightest one ive seen this year so far. 

 

Hope you like the shots and timelapes :)

 

Danny :hello:

 

41491591040_1dda5ab2d5_c.jpgPeace by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr

 

41494139530_baf487328b_c.jpgGuider by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr

 

41494372600_12b63b1514_c.jpgLow display by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr

 

43254164772_196d500f85_c.jpgCalm waters by Danny Kenealy, on Flickr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, happy-kat said:

How lucky nature's fabulous display, I like calm waters.

 

21 minutes ago, Pete Presland said:

Beautiful set of images and animation.

 

12 minutes ago, Galen Gilmore said:

awesome pictures and time-lapse.

Thank you chaps :D 

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I especially loved the NLC time-lapse.  I have only ever seen one decent NLC display and I still recall how dynamic the rippling, ghostly cloud veils were.  Your video captured this beautifully.

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An exceptional timelapse. Viewing full screen is a must and then you can even see the background stars floating through.

Dave.

 

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5 hours ago, clarkpm4242 said:

As above! Lovely, especially the time lapse  :)

Is that a crop from a wider lens or..?

Cheers

Paul

Thanks Paul. That's taken at 200mm F5.6. With the fabulous Sony 70-200mm OSS 

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10 hours ago, Jkulin said:

What an absolutely beautiful image Danny, perfect, simply perfect.

Thank you very much

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1 hour ago, Daniel-K said:

Thanks Paul. That's taken at 200mm F5.6. With the fabulous Sony 70-200mm OSS 

Thanks!  I have a Canon 200 f2.8 prime  :)

You're getting great results.

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