Night series captures

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  1. HoboSyke

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    Nice, I like the 1st most. It's really dream-like if you know what i mean..
     
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    i love esp #1 too. very nice capture.
     
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    Night?
    Oh sure.
    Night.
    Stars!
    And the moon?

    Well, I'm sure your camera lets you expose for longer than 15 seconds?
    Which is the longest my camera is offering me (see signature), so my nighttime photos (in the Landscape&Nature Section) are a lot darker than yours!

    I like the first best of all, too. :)
     
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    BRAVO. I am guessing shot with the full moon the last couple nights?
     
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    a nice mood and quality about the photographs...
    i really like 1&2... love the position of the clouds and the very dreamlike feel to them
    Thanks for sharing :thumbsup:
     
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    Dude I dunno how you do it but your shots always have that '3D' effect to them.

    Excellent work. :)
     
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    Thanks for the comments guys. Although I am not entirley happy with these shots 1 and 4 are my faves from this lot.
    Shot these on a full moon. I try to get out every full moon. The lighting of a full moon is awesome.
    Shot those about 15sec exposure. ISO 400 and aperture between f/4 and 5.6 - parameter 1 on canon 20D.
     
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    Really like the first two, great work!
     
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    Good job!
     
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    Those look great. Excellent job
     
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    Wow, beautiful work. The second shot does it for me I keep going back to it.

    It is strange to see the constellation Orion upside down, I hope I make it to the southern hemisphere someday.
     

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