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matmonty 15 136 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2004 9:50AM
Fantastic shot, nicely done.


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jan's 16
26 Nov 2004 9:50AM
Excellent shot,well taken.
helena 16 134 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2004 9:52AM
A beautiful shot, well done Tara x
JouŠo 15 56 Finland
26 Nov 2004 9:59AM
Excellent image!

mattberry 15 259 14 Greece
26 Nov 2004 10:19AM
wow moonlit, wouldn't know apart from the sky and that you told us Smile

Good work!

ajhollingbery 16 106 England
26 Nov 2004 10:53AM
And they tell us there is no colour under moonlight! Well done. Click.

Steve Cribbin 16 49 10 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2004 11:43AM
A very interesting shot, beautifully done. I like the star trails.
keith selmes 16 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
26 Nov 2004 11:47AM
Freaky isn't it ? And the light is quite different from daylight.
Shows how much we can't see with our own eyes.
26 Nov 2004 11:51AM
Lovely picture. Den Smile
old timer 15 55 1 Scotland
26 Nov 2004 12:29PM
Just wonderful! Love the star trails.
helen&peter 15 98
26 Nov 2004 4:28PM
Beautiful image. Click
keith selmes 16 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2004 2:58AM
Thanks Helen. And everyone.
Glad you all liked it. Thanks for your comments.
grahammul 16 120 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2004 4:40PM
Great colour and composition. The long exposure really works. That sky looks like mid morning. Amazed at the sharpness of the tree with such a long exposure.
PS why don't you put grey day out of its misery its not doing your portfolio any good. ;-D
keith selmes 16 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
15 Dec 2004 4:46AM
If you are lucky enough to get a clear freezing night with a full moon, it often is very still. It became more difficult soon after, with high clouds drifting through, and was beginning to rain when I got back to the car.
grahammul 16 120 United Kingdom
15 Dec 2004 6:19AM
Thanks Keith I'll have to get into Wewolf mode and give it a go.
exclusive 15 579 United Kingdom
17 Dec 2004 2:44PM
wow, how do you meter such a scene? my metering goes to 30 secs max. Do you use the bulb function?
keith selmes 16 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
17 Dec 2004 3:47PM
Yes, bulb, or equivalent setting, with cable release. I also normally use a manual camera, so there is no worry about batteries. You can do it with more modern equipment, but it needs a little forethought. Exposure is really by trial and error. This is one time when I do take notes!
After a bit of web research and a couple of trial runs, you have something to work from.
StrayCat 15 19.1k 3 Canada
14 Feb 2005 1:17PM
Excellent Keith. I saw something similar in a mag. The photographer had one setup with a large rock on the right side of the image, and every so often he fired a flash on the rock. The finished effect was amazing. Another was of water, with a couple of rocks above water level. For measured amounts of time he shone a spotlight on them. In the finished image, the rocks were golden. Cheers.
keith selmes 16 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2005 2:11PM
I've read about that, firing a flash a number of times, but never tried or seen it.
lobsterboy Plus
16 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
26 May 2005 2:35AM
Supurb - its only the start trails that give away the time of day.
keith selmes 16 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
26 May 2005 10:45AM
Thanks. It still amazes me, what the camera sees that we can't.
liparig 15 233 United States
10 Mar 2006 1:32PM
wow great shot, well done. Love the stars
keith selmes 16 7.4k 1 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2006 1:34PM
Hi, thanks.

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