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Posted: 25 Dec 2017 15:01
by Spacer
beautiful images Watsisname, andHarbingerDawn,
love the view of snowy mountains.
these cats are cute and beautiful! love the eyes colors

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Posted: 26 Dec 2017 00:29
by Watsisname
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Source of the post Updating catOS

That is so adorable

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Posted: 26 Dec 2017 01:11
by midtskogen
Joining the 2017 photo collection.  With a twist - I'll post one image from each month.  That seemed as a good idea.  Then I found out that only 10 images are allowed for on epost, so I'm sorry for the double post.
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Posted: 26 Dec 2017 01:20
by midtskogen
The latter half of 2017.

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Posted: 26 Dec 2017 01:29
by John Wain
Midtskogen, cool photos. I've also photographed the total solar eclipse in Oregon, but I'll wait until I get more posts in order to be able to post the image.

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Posted: 26 Dec 2017 05:08
by HarbingerDawn
Great photos midtskogen, I especially like the hiking in Norway photos.

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Posted: 26 Dec 2017 05:16
by Spacer
HarbingerDawn wrote:
Source of the post  I especially like the hiking in Norway photos.

yeah me too, love the landscapes of norway, these images are awesome! the thick snow reminded me of my town in the alexa 2013 storm. Planning a trip to norway with a friend after i finish my army service, can't wait to be able to hike there myself and feel the nature of this place unlike the desert feeling here  :)

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Posted: 29 Dec 2017 02:41
by John Wain
As I promised earlier, I'm posting an image of the solar eclipse from 21 August 2017.

This is a composite image of the solar corona, comprised of 17 shots varying in exposure from 1/1000s to 1/2s. F-stop and ISO constant at f/8 and 100, respectively. I used a Canon EOS 60D with a Soligor 400mm f/6.3 lens attached.

I observed this eclipse in Lime, Oregon, USA. The weather was perfect from start to finish and I was able to capture the whole event on camera with no problems.

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Posted: 29 Dec 2017 03:27
by midtskogen
That's very good, John.

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Posted: 29 Dec 2017 23:28
by midtskogen
Oslo, 2017-12-30 01:04:40 CET.  The Moon and ice crystals form an upper and lower tangent arc and light pillars.  Temperature: -6.7°C.
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Posted: 30 Dec 2017 00:40
by Watsisname
John Wain wrote:
Source of the post As I promised earlier, I'm posting an image of the solar eclipse from 21 August 2017.

Wonderful composite!  I'd like to add your image to the 2017 eclipse thread if you don't mind.
And neat light display, Midtskogen. I never seen a lower tangent arc or ice pillars before.  Probably the most interesting was a parhelic circle which was vivid and complete all the way around the sky for about 10 minutes.

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Posted: 30 Dec 2017 10:12
by midtskogen
Watsisname wrote:
Source of the post  I never seen a lower tangent arc or ice pillars before. 

The tangents form only when the sun (or moon) is is below 29 degrees, above which a circumscribed halo form instead.  And in this case the Moon was 27.5 degrees above the horizon, barely within the limit for tangent arcs.  I think I'll make a timelapse of the Moon passing below 29 degrees to see if the change can be seen, but the fog is frequently blocking the Moon.
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Posted: 30 Dec 2017 11:43
by John Wain
Watsisname wrote:
Source of the post I'd like to add your image to the 2017 eclipse thread if you don't mind.

I'm honoured, go right ahead. I had not seen that thread before.

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Posted: 31 Dec 2017 01:16
by midtskogen
Curious about the 29 degree transition I made a timelapse showing the Moon going trom 33.9 to 28.3 degrees.  I guess there may be a single circumscribed arc in the beginning, but it appears to be too faint to be seen (but close at 0:13).


0.981's nebula effect reminds me of Elite: Dangerous ...

Posted: 02 Jan 2018 10:55
by midtskogen
Today's sunset.  It was quite spectacular for an hour or so, so I need to make a timelapse as well.

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