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Peering into the dark

Robert Watcher

Well-known member
Taken in the dark. No moon, cloudy sky, isolated from the city.

1) Facing NW - Power transmission line to eternity - corn field lit by car lights

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2) 180 degrees facing SW - grain field featuring Saturn and Jupiter




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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
You are on a run! Very creative!

Very interesting new possibilities for rich colors on post processing. An entirely new way of realizing the presence of the planets!

Asher
 

fahim mohammed

Well-known member
My son and I have been watching the same two planets for a while this month.
Mars and Venus are also visible with the naked eye.

Robert, I wish I could picture at least Jupiter and Saturn! I dont know how. Besides there is too much light pollution where I am.
Going into the desert now is not an option for me.

Great captures here and the other thread of yours.

Best.
 

Robert Watcher

Well-known member
My son and I have been watching the same two planets for a while this month.
Mars and Venus are also visible with the naked eye.

Robert, I wish I could picture at least Jupiter and Saturn! I dont know how. Besides there is too much light pollution where I am.
Going into the desert now is not an option for me.

Great captures here and the other thread of yours.

Best.
thank you. Yes it’s been easy to see Venus and Mars in the sky this month. I took pictures, but of course, they are just light dots in the sky. I have been hoping to see Mercury as well, but haven’t identified it yet. Looks like the opportunity is there until the first week in August.
 
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