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the forgotten coast
may be considered forgotten but the coastal charm this place has, made the whole trip worth it. that and all the awesome people i met! @msriffle@dterryparker@michaelsimmonsphotography@sky_artistry@backroadsphotographyllc@kpm2477 thank you! 🙏🏼❤️ especially after what i read in the news! ⬇️⬇️⬇️
in october, a few weeks before hurricane michael, a shrimper/tug boat, the donna kay ran aground near the tip of cape san blas, on the western side.
since its arrival, the donna kay became something of a beacon for visitors and residents of south gulf county, who made the trek to the boat to scope.
for it was, in turn, something of a museum, log books in legible condition, the wheel intact, the cabin with provisions and equipment, providing a peek at life on the water.
nothing lasts forever though and a crew arrived at the end of last week to take the vessel to a dryer home.
ross schram von haupt
repost: @rosssvhphoto from facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers chosen by @tracyleephotos
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from ross about this image:
i recently went on a short overnight solo backpacking trip and got some decent shooting conditions. i hiked up a grueling 5 miles in a cloud and after setting up camp continued to wait patiently to see if the clouds would clear. sunset came and went without the slightest hint of color and i tucked myself in with hopes that sunrise would fare better. i also knew that the milky way would align pretty nicely with this peak so i decided to set an alarm for midnight to see if the clouds had cleared. as my alarm buzzed i reluctantly pulled myself out into the cold night to see a sky full of twinkling stars. i bundled up and headed down to this spot noticing that the actual peak i had intended to shoot was still covered in a cloud.
i decided to set up my gear anyways and enjoy watching the stars for a while. i set my shutter release timer to continuously take shots so i could find a comfortable rock away from my tripod. as i sat there, the fog surrounding the mountain gradually started to thin and eventually completely cleared. it was a pretty fun experience to watch under a hint of moonlight as a slight waxing crescent moon set off to the right of this scene. after the moon had fully set i pulled out the star tracker and went to work collecting some yummy star data. all in all it was a pretty nice night!
nikon d610 w nikon 16-35 f/4
feisol tournament ct-3442 rapid tripod
land: iso2000, 18mm, f/4, 185s (stacked to reduce noise)
stars: iso1000, 18mm, f/4, 182s (tracked)
17 hours ago
Looking deep into the eagle nebula 7,000 light years away in the constellation serpens. at the heart of the nebula lie the pillars of creation: so called because the pillars a formed by the coagulation of dust in space which will eventually lead to the birth of new stars. in reality, this has already happened. at this moment the pillars no longer exist, but they still appear as they do because the light takes thousands of years to get here. this was images with my at6rc and sbig st8300m, about 15hrs of exposure. hope y’all enjoy!
16 hours ago
diese aufnahme, gehört definitiv zu meinen lieblingsbildern.
antares & rho ophiuchi region, ist für mich eine der schönsten und farbenprächtigsten regionen am nachthimmel, wo es sich lohnt mit relativ geringer brennweite zu fotografieren. der kontrast zwischen gelben und blauen reflexionsnebeln fasziniert mich immer wieder. für die aufnahme habe ich 8 stunden belichtungszeit und ca 4 stunden bearbeitungszeit investiert. ich hoffe es gefällt euch.
🇹🇷 merhaba arkadaşlar,
bu kare kesinlikle en sevdiğim fotograflarimdan biri.
antares & rho ophiuchi bölgesi, benim için gece gökyüzündeki en güzel ve renkli bölgelerden biri. sarı ve mavi yansıma bulutsuları arasındaki karşıtlık beni tekrar tekrar etkiliyor. kayıt için 8 saat pozlama süresi ve yaklaşık 4 saat işleme süresi harcadım. umarım beğenirsiniz.
🇪🇺 hello friends,
this picture is definitely one of my favorite pictures.
antares & rho ophiuchi region, is for me one of the most beautiful and colorful regions in the night sky, where it pays to photograph with relatively short focal length. the contrast between yellow and blue reflection nebulae fascinates me again and again. for the shooting i invested 8 hours of exposure time and about 4 hours of processing time. i hope you enjoy it.
william optics redcat51
cetntralds d850 astro cooled
hutech idas d1
mgen ii guiding