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Piero

Twilight session

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I'm currently on my annual leave in Italy and the sky has been clear all day with no air turbulence.

The telescope is out - of course - and I managed a session before dinner.

I thought about sharing some photos taken with my phone and a couple of sketches.

 

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Lovely, looks like a fabulous location Piero, impressive images and neat little thumb nail sketches, enjoy your evening. 

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Gorgeous setting and some pretty niffty pics and sketches, Piero :thumbright: I hope you have a good break with your loved ones, not to say some really tasty grub and wine 🙂

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Thank you gentlemen! I will take advantage of this clear evening as rain is expected tomorrow!

Wish you clear skies in the UK!

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