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twilight = i get one every day a twilight never passes without my notice.. as pretty as a sunset can be, i like when the sky darkens a little more and the…

The last 5 days have been of huge celebration in India. We celebrated Diwali (aka Deepavali), or the "Festival of Lights", a very important festival for most…

I saw on the news recently that the Perseid Meteor Shower was occurring in our area. The Perseids are a prolific meteor shower associated with the comet…

First night living small I decided to test my nifty fifty lens and take a few snaps of the night sky. The wind was blowing pretty crazy but over all was a…

We were in Iceland shortly after the winter solstice. The days were short, with about 4 hours of daylight and 3 hours of 'usable' twilight. When we arrived at…

We took this photo about 5 years ago. We didn't have proper equipment, just a spare scope from J, and a camera. We didn't even have a tracker attached, so we…

The Pub shop took a trip to the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale and Whitlock's Book Barn. Plus, photos from our astrophotography workshop with…

From my hotel room, I get this naughty sight: the moon is smiling and is being chased by Venus. There are few nights when these bodies are so close together and…

22-04-17 Most of New Zealand has clear skies. We are very blessed to be able to see the stars every night (except for when it is overcast)! I took this photo…

This is my first post. I stumbled across the 365 Photo challenge a few days ago, and decided to do it. I started yesterday with Negative Space. I don't think…

Yesterday's pictures were better because I had some difficulty taking pictures tonight since the "object too dark" error kept popping up and there's nothing…
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