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LocationChagrin Falls, Ohio
DateJuly 3, 2010
EquipmentNikon D200 3sec. time exposure iso200 Nikkor DX 18-70 mm lens F- 4.5 on tripod.
DescriptionFire woks with Venus in right of photo, Saturn in upper region of photo and Mars in bottom of photo. Another star I can't identify. Perhaps you could.
LocationPaul Gauguin, French Polynesia
DateJuly 11, 2010
EquipmentNikon D300 Nikkor 18-200 mm zoom lens
DescriptionThis is a wide-angle view of totality from the Paul Gauguin.
LocationYosemite National Park, U.S.
EquipmentCanon EOS 450d, 28mm/f4/15secs, ISO800
DescriptionA moonbow is a rainbow produced by the Moon rather than the Sun. This photo captured a fantastic moonbow over the Yosemite (upper) Fall during the summer season. You may also find a part of Big Dipper from the photo.
DateJuly 10 2010
EquipmentCanon 5dmk2 17mm 400 seconds on a Byers camtrak
DescriptionThis image show an intense thunderstorm rolling across Minnesota with the Milkyway rising above the storm system. I was watching the storm move perpendicular to my location allowing me to capture this image of the storm and milkyway
LocationAntennae Dark Sky Site,AZ
EquipmentCanon XSI 18mm ASA 400 2 HRS 40 MIN
DescriptionCelstreal Swerl of the Poler Sky.
LocationMonteVenere - Bologna (Italia)
EquipmentNikon D700, ob 24/70 f 7,1
DescriptionA dramatic sunset from the Montevenere Obsrvatory (Italy)
EquipmentNikon D700 ob 24mm f.8
DescriptionPolaris star rotation
Date2008/02/21- 02:00 UT
EquipmentNikon D40 70-200 f. 5,6
DescriptionFantastic lunar eclipse on Bamberg Cathedral (Germany)
EquipmentCanon EOS 50D, ef 17-40 lens mounted on a tripod
DescriptionPhoto shows 3 day old Moon over M45 and Venus.
LocationOcean Beach Ca
EquipmentNikon D50 200 mm lens....f5.6 1/800 sec
DescriptionI walked out on the pier to get a good angle. The sun is setting through the pier and a nice green flash is visible....