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POTW - Week Ending 10/10/2021


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It's my turn for POTW again...

Most of the images this week seem to have been Nature/Wildlife or Close up & Macro, although one in the Open/Abstract category did catch my eye.

Honourable mentions to to:

Paul for Friday Night's Jaunt - the 5th and final image in the sequence: an incredible close-up of that eye.

KHM for Studley Royal Deer Park - again, the final image in the sequence: I love the grass on the antlers.

But my choice for this week is this superb piece of astro-photography the Flame Nebula in Orion, by Les:

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Original post here.

Gareth

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Thanks for the comments.

Its totally amazing what even a basic entry level  DSLR can do these days in the astro field so a lot of the credit must go to wonderful modern equipment.

I have a large back catalogue of astro photographs dating back to 2006 and even some B/W film images dating as far back as 1996 and even one from 1979.

However I will submit only the most up to date images with details of how they were taken so maybe other might have a go.

BTW I no expert I'm still learning new stuff, so any details  given may not necessarily be the best way to get the best results.

Thanks again Les

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On 14/10/2021 at 04:01, Les said:

Thanks for the comments.

Its totally amazing what even a basic entry level  DSLR can do these days in the astro field so a lot of the credit must go to wonderful modern equipment.

I have a large back catalogue of astro photographs dating back to 2006 and even some B/W film images dating as far back as 1996 and even one from 1979.

However I will submit only the most up to date images with details of how they were taken so maybe other might have a go.

BTW I no expert I'm still learning new stuff, so any details  given may not necessarily be the best way to get the best results.

Thanks again Les

Sounds good to me, Les, and congratulations from me, Cheryl

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