echo mountain aurora. dallas drum scan remix 1

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....yet another drum scan done of negative 17 on my Fuji Superia ISO 800 negative film done in Dallas Texas. Notice the film sprockets picked up by the drum scanner as it was oil mounted to the plastic cylinder during scanning, they are visible along the top and bottom of image just at the edges...........good old fashioned film!!!!! Can't beat it!!!!!

Add a favorite of this unusual filtered sun shot by exceptional photographer Jeanette Muranyi:

  1. pattyrevheim 55 months ago | reply

    Lihe the wind is pulling up...

  2. down the rabbit hole. 52 months ago | reply

    this is incredibly beautiful

  3. little bird ✈ 51 months ago | reply

    I'm still waiting to see something like this. Beautiful.

  4. chrisgrohusko 45 months ago | reply

    Thank you Frida :-)

  5. Erik Vaet 42 months ago | reply

    Insane! I want to see more of it..

  6. 41 months ago | reply

    Hello, this is the blind astrometry solver. Your results are:
    (RA, Dec) center:(219.270142073, 72.6390346525) degrees
    (RA, Dec) center (H:M:S, D:M:S):(14:37:4.834, +72:38:20.525)
    Orientation:-146.07 deg E of N

    Pixel scale:427.23 arcsec/pixel

    Parity:Reverse ("Left-handed")
    Field size :75.95 x 51.86 degrees

    Your field contains:
    The star Dubhe (αUMa)
    The star Alioth (εUMa)
    The star Polaris (αUMi)
    The star Kochab (βUMi)
    The star Mizar (ζUMa)
    The star Eltanin (γDra)
    The star Merak (βUMa)
    The star Phad / Phecda (γUMa)
    The star ηDra
    The star Rastaban (βDra)

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    If you would like to have other images solved, please submit them to the astrometry group.

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