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Old 19-06-2021, 09:46 AM
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I think it depends also if you are an astronomer turned photographer or a photographer turned astro photographer. Personally my interest was astronomy first and so if I can not be out there I am still rather happy reading up on astronomy...like there has been no photography for me for six months but it really is not the end of the world given there is so much you can read about.
And so often I will just pop out with the binos if the cloud is coming and going. The other night it was no binos and just to take a short look at the Milly Way.
The last month has been clear but I cant go out yet but heck I still do a lot of astronomy.
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