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A few weeks ago I was having the conversation with a photographer and one idea discussed was "you never shot your last shot". The concept being that even after the lens cap goes back on, the gear packed away, something might jump out that you need to capture. On this evening, the gear was packed, we were all saying our goodbyes, but the stillness of Tomorrowland warranted just one more shot.
It kinda says "Astro-rocks", I dunno... just playing around,
Graffiti can be fun!
Yep! Another selfie, but hey, i guess i´m not that ugly for you to see me a little more.
It´s quite difficult to stay still in the middle of a cold winter night, so i look a little blurry. Well! who cares, i just wanted to share this nice moment with you =)
I enjoy astrophotos so much!
Fotografía: ECHICHIQUE | Photography.
Locación: PLAYA EL CUCO.
Todos los Derechos Reservados 2009.
I am afraid that this is another result of crawling around the swimming pool - which was surrounded by astroturf - lucky we were in a private villa !
On Explore :Highest position: 91 on Monday, March 1, 2010
Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
- a solid or hollow object that tapers from a circular or roughly circular base to a point
25 minutes of Polaris Star Trails - 50 images stacked in StarStaX: each at 30 seconds, ISO 800, 28mm, f/3.5.
The apex of this astro cone is the North Star (aka Polaris) which is famous for holding nearly still in our sky while the entire northern sky moves around it. That’s because it’s located near the north celestial pole, the point around which the entire northern sky turns.
I didn't have anything new to upload today so I am reuploading an old shot. This was actually one of my first Disney shots on Flickr. After seeing a few excellent photographs recently taken on Astro Orbiter, I decided to revisit my version and edit it using my current software and workflow. Since I uploaded it to my stream as private, it's available for me to upload from work. I hope uploading old shots isn't bad form or anything...lol
View of the main building at late afternoon. Venician castle of Astros, Arcadia, Peloponnese, Greece.
Disneyland; Anaheim, California
After being chided by Disney security for using a tripod, I was forced to perch my camera on top of a garbage can for this photo.