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circular startrails

By G73photography    
This image was made up of just over 120 images stacked together . the hardest part of this is waiting for a clear night! aswell as a dry night too! its amazing how fast the stars "appear" to move as the images were taken over a period of about 70 mins.

all shots were taken withing a second of each other , unless a battery change was needed.

any comments welcome, please view large for best results, thankyou for looking, G

Tags: General Landscape and travel Flash and lighting

Voters: MarkBroughton, cirrusminor, EMJAYCEE and 21 more

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8 Aug 2009 12:39PM
Superb job, I love star trails, and this is brilliant, the clouds add a lot to the image.

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7 10 10 England
8 Aug 2009 1:34PM
I think you are very expert. Well done, it's amazing.
Angi_Wallace 8 172 10 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2009 1:40PM
120 images !!!! Good grief you are patient. Looks great though. Angi
CarolG Plus
9 196 18 Greece
8 Aug 2009 2:52PM
Fantastic work, what patience you must have! Carol
WL_Harris 8 3 2 United States
8 Aug 2009 2:58PM
Super work, very creative and well done.
James_C 7 36 56 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2009 8:46PM
Fascinating picture(s) beautifully taken. I've never seen this done before and I think its most effective. I like the way you have viewed it too - makes a good composition.

Definitely in my favourites.

Phil_Nunez 7 21 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2009 9:49PM
Great effect, patience paid off if you're asking me!
Iain_Proudfoot 10 40 2 Ireland
9 Aug 2009 10:15AM
A great photograph.

Warm wishes, Iain.
TyChee Plus
11 275 1 United States
10 Aug 2009 7:43PM
Awesome shot!
Berniethephot 7 46 1 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2009 9:51AM
really like this shot.
18 Feb 2012 10:26PM
I have tried this with a 35mm film camera. The main problem is light pollution. I tried to get some star trails in my back garden but a neighbour turned an oustide light on at 3 in the morning! It can be very frustrating.

I eventually had some success after 3 tries, but not as good as this. Waiting for a clear night has been the biggest challenge. Well done.

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