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Day 134

Now one edited from the RAW file… ~Curtis in /\/\ontana! {!-{>

Day 133, part 2

These are the same photos as below, but I enhanced them a bit in the daylight, versus editing them at 3am… *** *** ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 133

Walter, Ken, Doug and I went out to shoot the Milky Way. Shot with my 6.5mm Meike Fisheye! A seven photo panorama on my 12mm Rokinon f2.0 lens!  A little Northern Light action, too. Click on it a couple of times to see it largest; BACK to return here. The Whole Arch! ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! […]

Day 055

We went whale watching again today.  Some good sightings, but nothing too spectacular.  More on that later.  The Moon was out!  And it is Full Moon the day after we leave.  This morning WAY too early there was a nice view of the Moon over the Hawaiian waters, but scaffolding got in the way…so here […]

Day 048

I woke up early (still on Mountain Standard Time!) and saw the Big Dipper by a palm tree… Click on them a couple of times to see them full sized! * ** *** ** ~Curtis in the early hours, on Maui! {!-{>

Day 031

The clouds parted for the Lunar Eclipse! * * * Then the clouds came back. * * * * Then they left again.  Sort of. * *   ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 030

Full Moon.  Blue Moon.  Super Moon.  Soon: Eclipsed Moon.  All 100%crops (The photos were not resized out of the camera!) And the Dailylife Daughter #1’s Birthday!  Frohe Geburtstage! Canon 100mm f2.8 Macro.  Canon EOS M2.   Canon 100mm f2.8 Macro with a 1.4x teleconverter!  Canon EOS M2. Canon 70-300mm L at 300!  Canon EOS 7D. […]

Day 004

Dailylife Daughter #1 on the far left, looking down into Meteor Crater in Arizona, 17 April, 2003.  A six photo panorama.  This crater was made by a rock the size of a VW Bus.  You can see some stuff in the bottom.  Part of it was used to train the Astronauts going to the Moon. […]

Day 001, 2018!

Happy New Year! Here is a New Year’s Full Moon. Here is the Moon shortly after it rose tonight. The edges look a bit rough because they are: when it is near the horizon you are shooting through literally a thousand miles or more of unstable air. Once it is over head you are down […]

Day 348

I went out to view the Geminids Meteor shower last night. I was going to go with Walter, but it was cloudy. Then Dailylife Daughter #1 called and it was clear. Then we got out to the spot to view and it was getting cloudy again! So here are the two meteors was caught on […]