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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Photo Time

Here are a few photos I took of the stars while camping this summer in Kings Canyon. Notice the meteorite in the last one! Yes, it's real. For those of you who care, I used a Canon D20, on a tripod, with a 10mm wide angle lens. Appature: f3.5 - Shutter Speed: 30 seconds. Except for the sky, it was pitch black out - the light in the trees is me "painting" them with a flashlight.





4 comments:

dibumac said...

Really gorgeous stuff!!!!
I'd been looking for work done by you for years, and finally you set up a blog !!
Everybody stay tuned !! :))))

Thanks for sharing all these works !
Always an inspiration !

Shuku said...

The flashlight 'painting' just makes that shot and ooooooooooooh meteor...

Just like one of your pieces! Ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh, she said, going ooooh some more happily.

--Shuku

Bill said...

Beautiful again - makes me want to go take photos at night.

kataplonk said...

Awesome... I didn't know one can get such beautiful and bright picture of the night and stars with a Canon D20...

Well done !

I want to go back to Kings Canyon Nat. Park too.