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    #51
    Seasprite by Marc, on Flickr

    Dusk by Marc, on Flickr

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    #52
    Weegee wrote:
    BTW I'm a big fan of this one.

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    #53

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    #54
    Raikyn wrote:
    Seasprite by Marc, on Flickr

    Dusk by Marc, on Flickr
    Absolutely stunning. What time of the day was this pic taken? Love the light

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    #55
    Thanks

    Was taken about 10-15 min after sunset

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    #57
    Sun through the trees by Marc, on Flickr

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    #58
    Always love your work Marc

    As usual.. behind on edits.
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    #59
    Cool stuff

    Would love to be able to do this, but... you know, can't relate to people at all haha.

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    #62
    Great shots mate! What's your setup for that? I was looking at getting into astro a while back, but at the time was living in an area that was really light polluted.

    The first shot is a couple of hornbills sitting outside my window at work. The second shot is an attempt (landscapes are not my strong point) at Mt Meru - 5th highest mountain in Africa. I live in a little village on the side of it.


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    #63
    Raikyn wrote:
    Also, this is stunning. A+ work.

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    #64
    For the astro, attached camera to a EQR-6 pro mount. DSLR + 400mm lens to image, guidescope and camera to autoguide the mount. Eventually want use my 600mm lens or my telescope to image but need to get all the issues ironed out first. Top pic was 141sec, other was about 60sec.
    As for the sunset...well....probably not the best idea to use a 600mm pointing towards the sun

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