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...the highest pub in England.  Sunday evening.  Orion, Venus & Zodiacal Light.

6 frame mosaic.  Canon 6D MkII, Sigma 24mm, 10s, f2, iso1600.  MS ICE, LR, PS.

 

x IMG_1273_stitch-2-2 DT.jpg

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Well worth a zoom in,  lovely.

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Very nice image. Its a pity you could not call at the pub for a drink though.

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I am having a hard time making out many constallations due to the sheer amount of stars 😀. I have found orion plus the orion nebula of course and m45 the pleiades.  I need to view the image on a bigger screen so fimd more. Again thanks for sharing.

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On 27/03/2020 at 14:22, Chefgage said:

I need to view the image on a bigger screen so fimd more.

 

On 27/03/2020 at 08:47, Mick J said:

Well worth a zoom in,  lovely.

I have a 270Mb version to explore...  :)

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270Mb,  they soon mount up, did the last part of the Pennine Way in a past life - we did not qualify for a free drink off Wainwright, still remember a line about the path "heading unerringly to the bar".  Wonderful place.

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Ooo, that looks cold 🥶

Lovely mosaic. It seems you've mastered the technique rather well. 

Dave.

 

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