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Category Archives: Astronomy

Day 245

Camera Club Members Walter, Harlee, Rachel, and I went out to shoot the Northern Lights again last night. It was less exciting than the night before! And we stayed out longer, too. There were a few neat photos, like this one: a bit of Northern Lights and a couple flashes of lightning in the distant […]

Day 241

Camera Club Members Walter, Harlee, Rachel, and I went out to shoot the Northern Lights last night. It wasn’t too exciting before we had to go home to bed… More conventional views… If you look slightly above and to the left of the camera you cans see two shooting stars! I am not sure of […]

Day 240

Camera Club Members Walter, Harlee, Rachel, and I went out to shoot the Northern Lights last night. It wasn’t too exciting before we had to go home to bed… The green on the left is the Northern Lights. The steam of stars in the middle is the Milky Way. Below and to the right of […]

Day 100!

The Great Falls Camera Club has “long exposure” as its next topic.  These are two I almost used. From October 2014, near Fife: FRom September 2017, also near Fife. This is a three photo panorama! ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 81

Last night was Full Moon. So I went out tonight to shoot the Moonrise. I think the sensor in my Canon 7D is getting a bit old…more sensor spots than there used to be! ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 323

Shadows and Silhouettes for the Camera Club… ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 298

Heading for Moonset. ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 210

Looking South over the tank farm, Great Falls and the almost full moon. ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 210

The start of a short fisheye kick… The Big Dipper over Blackeagle, from above Giant Springs, level. The Big Dipper over Blackeagle, from above Giant Springs, tilted. The Big Dipper over Blackeagle, from above Giant Springs, “daylight”. ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 209

I went out looking for the northern Lights last night, a bit after midnight (I am writing this on the 25th of July).  Not much to see…lots of dust on the northern horizon nd the almost full moon lit it all up.  So I tried my EF-M 55-200mm on the moon.  Click on it a […]