Venus Transit

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    Venus Transit
    16x neutral density filter
    1/8000 of a second.
    f/32
    manual exposure
    Got it!!!
    200mm lens
    Pretty exciting, since I won't be around for the next one in 2117
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    Dragan Fly, ink_heron, and 24 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Sunset Sailor 75 months ago | reply

      Great shot, Tim. First time I've seen it and I saw it here.

    2. Dragan Fly 75 months ago | reply

      Great catch Tim! Too hazy here, so I had to watch it via an internet link through NASA.

    3. svenpetersen1965 75 months ago | reply

      Very good. I have seen some article about Venus on Wikipedia, but didn't spend time to read it. I should have! I have the ND1000 filter with me.

    4. Mr. Mark 75 months ago | reply

      nice. too cloudy to see it from here. well done.

    5. various friend [deleted] 75 months ago | reply

      Super image great simplicity.

    6. ouistitis 75 months ago | reply

      +1 : Great catch !

    7. 54StorminWillyGJ54 75 months ago | reply

      Wow, amazing capture and image! Awesome sunspots as well :) I also managed to capture some photos of this during sunset. Not the best but I tried :D It was a spectacular sight!
      The transit during sunset:
      The Rare Venus Transit of 2012 at Sunset! (6-5-12)
      And viewing the transit by using binoculars to project the image of the transit onto a white surface:
      A Clear Projection Of The Transit By Using Binoculars (6-5-12)

    8. Mono Andes 75 months ago | reply

      Excelente foto!

    9. hamapenguin 75 months ago | reply

      awesome shot!

    10. flipkeat 75 months ago | reply

      cool shot!! :)

    11. overt market [deleted] 75 months ago | reply

      Fantastic capture!

    12. SteveFE 75 months ago | reply

      Yep, I'm impressed! Was going to hunt some pics of this out and there's yours right in my contacts stream :-)

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