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Old 27-05-2021, 11:35 AM
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Busy night under the eclipsing red moon

Everyone was out on the coast looking at the totality. The planes are busy now too.
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That's a great widefield Ray. Very timely.
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Great nightscape, well thought out composition. Taken from the infamous Seacliff bridge perhaps with Stanwell in the distance.
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Thanks Marc. I forgot my long lense for the tracker so I had to my make do with just the panorama. It was very windy and blew over the tripod at one point so could have done with a heavy lense.

Thanks Jeff. Yes the bridge that no one knew they didn’t want and surprisingly quiet there except the passing traffic. Too much swell on the rocks. A young photographer stopped by as he said there was too big a crowd up on bald hill.

PS . Shame the view button obscures the moon!
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Maybe this will fix the moon-in-the-corner trick. The last ten minutes before totality
(Nup. Still behind the zoom button)
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