The Milky Way on a Prairies farm house
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jrp

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Tue 18-May-2021 08:09

Remarkable. Congratulations
BelleInPA


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Wed 19-May-2021 09:37

Beautiful photograph! if you don't mind my asking, did you use a star tracker?
medlowa


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Mon 31-May-2021 09:12

Thanks for the compliments.
This a single shot image,20 sec exposure. My camera was mounted on a tripod. I did not us a tracker.
Second Hand Pat

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Sat 12-June-2021 04:41

So nice :D
ajdooley

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Sat 12-June-2021 06:16

Modern digital photography overcomes a lot of star motion by its ability to record dark subjects. For others who want to try -- the rule of thumb is, 500 divided by the focal length of your lens is the maximum number of seconds for exposure without start trailing. Jack the ISO up and experiment.
jbk224


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Sat 12-June-2021 07:37

Truly remarkable. I just keep staring!
marnigirl

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Sat 12-June-2021 09:04

A beautiful image in all aspects. Wonderful job!! Take Care and keep clicking, Dale
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Sat 12-June-2021 10:09

Congratulations on Editor's Choice, Alan. Great photo. Worth the effort and planning.
mborgare


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Sat 12-June-2021 10:40

Great night landscape Alan. Congratulations on editors choice
mfmimages


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Sat 12-June-2021 10:54

Outstanding image Alan. I love the ground lighting. Congrats on EC!
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Sat 12-June-2021 10:54

Congrats on EC. Really beautifully captured.
elcee

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Sat 12-June-2021 02:56

Well done, Alan.
medlowa


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Sun 13-June-2021 05:36

Thank you all for the encouraging comments.
pixures


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Sun 13-June-2021 05:44

Nailed it. I hope it finds its way to a wall in your home in the form of a large canvas for all to see Smile
tspeer


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Sun 20-June-2021 12:01

Great photo.