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steveward53
Carpal Tunnel


Reged: 05/14/12

Loc: Newmarket,UK
Sun in whitelight 22nd January 2014 , 13:45 GMT
      #6328573 - 01/22/14 02:48 PM

Lovely steady atmosphere today ...

Shot a quick 50 , stacked 40 ...



1000D + Tal 100RS + 1.3 x Barlow + ND3.8 + OIII.

1/160s @ ISO 200 , 40/50 , Reg 5.1 , Gimp 2.8.

Day by day album ... http://www.astrobin.com/users/steveward53/


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Bonco
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Reged: 04/17/06

Loc: Florida
Re: Sun in whitelight 22nd January 2014 , 13:45 GMT new [Re: steveward53]
      #6328731 - 01/22/14 03:55 PM

Perfect image! Glad there are still some interesting activities.
Thanks, Bill


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NeilMac
Carpal Tunnel


Reged: 09/25/10

Loc: MedHat, AB, Canada
Re: Sun in whitelight 22nd January 2014 , 13:45 GMT new [Re: Bonco]
      #6328819 - 01/22/14 04:32 PM

Nice.

For being in the UK, you sure do get good weather LOL


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Awesomelenny
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Reged: 05/02/04

Loc: Long: 81.42 W Lat: 41.21 N
Re: Sun in whitelight 22nd January 2014 , 13:45 GMT new [Re: NeilMac]
      #6328870 - 01/22/14 04:55 PM

He sure does. WOW! Cleveland, OH USA weather sucks 300 days out of the year! Right now it's only 11 deg. F here!! That is so wrong!

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Andrev
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Reged: 02/08/11

Loc: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Re: Sun in whitelight 22nd January 2014 , 13:45 GMT new [Re: Awesomelenny]
      #6328968 - 01/22/14 05:33 PM

Really beautiful Steve. Lot of sunspots. You caught more than me.

Andre.


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steveward53
Carpal Tunnel


Reged: 05/14/12

Loc: Newmarket,UK
Re: Sun in whitelight 22nd January 2014 , 13:45 GMT new [Re: Andrev]
      #6329069 - 01/22/14 06:25 PM

Thanks guys ,

I love days like this when I'm able to pick out the myriad of tiny spots on show , you don't always need monster spots to make for a great session ...

PS . This was from a five minute blue window in an otherwise typically grey UK January day ...


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