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Auroras & Atmospherics
EquipmentCamera Nikon D50 Lens 28-55mm F25 400 ASA 1/800th second
DescriptionThis photo shows light being diffracted by high altitude clouds. Foreground is a cumulus cloud with the sun setting behind i.
LocationDengie, Essex, England
Date22.30UT 5th July 2008
EquipmentCanon EOS 400D DSLR on fixed tripod. 18-55 stndard lens. 30 second exposure at 200ISO
DescriptionI had just packed up after an evening observing the conjunction of Mars and Saturn and noticed this glowing cloud low in the NNW sky. I took a series of pictures over a period of 15 minutes as the cloud fradually melted away. Peter Carson
EquipmentCanon Eos 1d Mk2n and 17-40mm usm L and tripod. Shutter speed 24sec, f/4, iso250.
DescriptionThis picture is taken in Olafsfjordur Iceland this winter in wery cold weather. The moonlight helped allot with the exposure.
Equipment20mm Sigma objective, Canon Digital Rebel XT on a tripod.
DescriptionI made a panorama over a nice Aurora Borealis display, it moved from the east of the Big Dipper to the west of Vega and turned just before the Milky Way. I really nice evening!
PhotographerMatthew T. Coleman
DateApril 27 2008 around 7pm
EquipmentSony Cybershot 7.2 mp
DescriptionTaken at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival, was an amazing gift for the festival and remained visible for about 7 minutes.
EquipmentCanon 350D w/ Sigma 200mm lens
Descriptionbe care! winter sunset always surprises me!
LocationFrom my deck in Frankfort, KY
Date2/27/08 at sunrise
EquipmentNikon 8800 digital.
DescriptionSundogs on either side of rising sun.
LocationOttawa, Ontario, Canada
DateFeb.29, 2008 @ 12:00pm
EquipmentPhoto details: Canon Rebel XT with Sigma 17-70, ISO 200, F11, 1/1000".
DescriptionThe sky has been full of cirrus clouds the past few days and I photographed this beautiful 22 degree solar halo in the early afternoon.
DateFebruary 12, 2008, 4:24 pm
DescriptionWas outside with my camera when I happened to notice Sundogs and then a Solar halo starting to form, had lots of Cirrus clouds and -25c temperature, ideal conditions for the formation of these phenomenon.
LocationLuke Air Force Base, Arizona
EquipmentNikon D40 ISO200 10s Exposure 18mm Wide shot.
DescriptionWispy clouds rolled in late in the day. When the Sun went down the temperature dropped and a nice ring formed around the Moon.