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17 Oct 2017 13:27

HarbingerDawn, cool, I remember seeing that one in binoculars.
 
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26 Oct 2017 03:23

Did a re-processing of a shot of the Milky Way that I had taken two years ago.  Cygnus is near the center.

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26 Oct 2017 19:03

Watsisname, beautiful
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27 Oct 2017 02:36

Watsisname
This is amazing!

I've tried to do a bit if photoshoping with that. Hope you don't mind. I'm using it as a wallpaper.

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27 Oct 2017 03:23

FastFourierTransform wrote:
Source of the post I've tried to do a bit if photoshoping with that. Hope you don't mind. I'm using it as a wallpaper.

Not at all! :)  Love the colors!
 
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29 Nov 2017 11:36

FastFourierTransform wrote:
Watsisname
This is amazing!

I've tried to do a bit if photoshoping with that. Hope you don't mind. I'm using it as a wallpaper.

Same for me, it's an awesome shot! :D

I thought about reducing the amount of stars to show more of the milky way nebula.
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29 Nov 2017 23:32

teaarmy wrote:
I thought about reducing the amount of stars to show more of the milky way nebula.
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30 Nov 2017 03:05

Whoa!  Amazing editing skills, mate!
 
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04 Dec 2017 06:01

Another re-process.  My favorite meteor shot, with waves of airglow.

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05 Dec 2017 00:53

That's quite spectacular, Wats.  Do you have a high resolution image that I can play with and the exact time and location for that shot?
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05 Dec 2017 06:26

Wonderful shot Wats, the airglow is especially nice.
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05 Dec 2017 06:46

Watsisname, your images are fantastic!! :)
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05 Dec 2017 23:08

midtskogen wrote:
Source of the post Do you have a high resolution image that I can play with and the exact time and location for that shot?

Sure thing! I just sent you a PM.

HarbingerDawn, Spacer, thanks!  Nature was very kind that night, and a lot of elements magically came together. :)
 
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06 Dec 2017 01:25

Stunning images, as always Watsisname. :)
 
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06 Dec 2017 03:58

I wish I could buy a pair of astronomy glasses that could give me augmented vision updated real-time like this:
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