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38/52 Magpie Mine

By sherlob    
A week late again - software glitches (still not sorted) and a lack of opportunity to access the computer. Still this has turned out better than expected. The forecast was for clear skies, but on arrival I could see a bank of cloud to the west with very high cloud extending ahead of the front. I think it likely that it is this very high cloud that has led to the light pollution. Not one for the astrophotography purists, but I like the aesthetic regardless. This is my first astro shoot since last year - poor windows in the weather when I was free to go out, and lockdown have both played their role. I am hoping to do more this autumn and winter - the Milky Way core won't be visible for much longer, but still there is plenty of stars to see.

Last weeks image will hopefully be processed and posted tomorrow bringing me up to date. The challenge will then be getting in a shoot this week...

Adam

Tags: Peak district Astro Astrophotography Stacked Blended Landscape and travel Night and low light 1 of 52 project 1 out of 52 project Magppie Mine

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JuBarney Plus
9 33 5 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2020 9:30PM
A lovely night shot
Ju
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.4k 2290 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2020 10:26PM
Converging to commune with the sky. This is about our world, our view of the heavens.
saltireblue Plus
10 11.2k 68 Norway
28 Sep 2020 8:48AM
Excellent idea to use the tall chimney and one remaining wall as vertical lead-ins, Adam.
Minty805 Plus
4 37 7 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2020 11:55AM
What a spot for nightscapes. A lovely image.
Allan
28 Sep 2020 12:42PM
Splendid ! Perhaps not the greatest of astro photos, but a superb composition with the old mine buildings as foreground. Love it !
David
rontear Plus
17 23 9 England
28 Sep 2020 5:12PM
Strong silhouette, my award.
Ron
28 Sep 2020 6:53PM
Cracking location and composition for an astro shot.

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