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Skyscapes & Constellations
LocationJefferson Co., Kansas, USA.
DateJune 17, 2007, at
EquipmentThis is a 10 second exposure with a 50mm Nikkor lens @ f/5.6 on a Canon Rebel XTi body at ISO 100.
DescriptionThe June 17th, 2007 alignment.
EquipmentTripod mounted Olympus C-750 in "night mode"
DescriptionFrom right-to-left are the Moon, Venus, Saturn and Regulus, in nearly a straight line and in order of magnitude!
LocationCislago Lombardy Italy
EquipmentMinolta Dimage 7 Camera, without tripod, just leaning againts a wall of the Castle "Castelbarco" in Cislago downtown
DescriptionThe same picture could have been seen 200 years ago from the Castle: the iron window, the Moon and Venus
PhotographerKeon W. Kang
DateJune 18th 2007,10 pm
EquipmentCanon 350D with Sigma 28-300 mm
DescriptionThe flag of Turkey consists of a white crescent moon and a star. A crescent moon meets venus.
LocationSisangan Jungles - North of Iran
DescriptionAt meddle of ancient jungles in north of Iran, where you can hear voice of wild bears and songs of birds. Moon was shining over jungles in a very warm afternoon to complete the glory of this sense.
PhotographerDag Sola Orsic
LocationCroatia, island of Dugi Otok, village Luka
EquipmentCanon 1D MarkII with a zoom lens 17-40mm @ 21mm, fixed on a tripod. f/ 5.6 1 min ISO 800
DescriptionI was struck with the beauty of this sceene. Sunset with Venus and some bright stars reflections on the sea surface. Silhouettes of distant islands and lighthouses lights, added to the atmosphere of the moment. I enhenced slightly in Photoshop the visibility of the reflected stars and nothing else.
DateJan 06/04 - Dec 20/04 @ 13:00:00 UT+2
EquipmentCanon A-1, Canon FD 24 mm @ f/11, Fuji Super HQ 100, Baadar Solar Filter ND5, 1/30 sec, 46 multiple exposures + 1 foreground exposure
DescriptionThe annual motion of the sun over local skies when observed and/or imaged approximately 30 minutes after local noon and at 13:00:00 UT+2.
DateMay 23, 2005 @ 20:53:21 UT+3
EquipmentCanon EOS 300d, Canon EOS 100-300 USM II @ 300 mm, 1 x 0.6 sec @ f5.6, ISO 100, JPG FINE Image Format, 3072x2048 image size, Auto Mode
DescriptionA fifteen month exercise to identify the proper combination in natural lighting between the foreground and the rising full moon as well as the precise azimuth and altitude between the rising full moon and the Temple of Poseidon south of Athens. A similar project already in progress for the past twelve months.
LocationDe Soto, Kansas, USA
DateMay 20, 2007
EquipmentThis is a 1 second exposure with a 50mm Nikkor lens @ f/4 on a Canon EOS Rebel XTi body at ISO 800. Flash used during exposure.
DescriptionHere you see the moon with Gemini's twin stars of Pollux and Castor directly to the left, and Venus tucked into the lowest gap between the tree branches.
LocationEagle River, Alaska
Equipment35mm camera, 24mm Nikon lens, 40 second exp on Ektachrome 200
DescriptionTaken on a cold night, this photo shows the constellation of Orion climbing to it's highest point in over the mountains of Eagle River, Alaska.