little bit of suburbia

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    little bit of suburbia thrown into the mix.


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    wow brilliant shot, very sharp
     
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    Very nice. Could you post the EXIF data for this shot? I am intersted in the exposure. Thanks.
     
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    yes, the sharpness of the house looks great but i also love how you can see some detail in the grass.
     
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    I rerally like it. I would love it if the stars werent lines
     
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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    The star being lines make this shot special. I'd like to know how you managed to get that effect.
     
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    78 seconds f9 @28mm

    No filters, the stars actually kinda are interesting, but I rather not have them
    They look like that cause we (the earth) are moving in our orbit around the sun at about 1000 miles an hour.

    If I did like a 4 hour exposure you could see them swirl across the screen more or less depending where in the country/world I am.
     

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