Discussion in 'Digital Photography, Home and Portable Electronics' started by Glidefan, Nov 24, 2018.
Trifid Nebula by Tony, on Flickr
Can't see Neowise from where I am so here's Antares and Rho Ophiuchi:
Antares and Rho Ophiuchi by Tony, on Flickr
I had to say goodbye to my good boy Harley on Thursday It was for the best as he was suffering from cataracts in his only eye (other eye was removed due to burst vessel), large basketball sized lump under his back leg (potential cancer), struggling to walk from arthritis, and finally a brain condition where it sent him off balance and he acted as if he was drunk. He was nearly 14. This photo is him in his prime after just being washed and trimmed. RIP Harley X
Sorry for your loss. We lost our westie "pearly" march 18th aged 14 devastated.
Our first "sunrise" of the new year
First Light 2021 by Tony, on Flickr
needs more RTX lol. Really nice pic.
Lol thanks buddy
Milky Way Over Dolphin Rock by Tony, on Flickr
That is one hot picture of our territory, the Milky Way. Of course when you look at the night sky and you can see an unmeasurable amount of stars, that means you are looking into the heart of the Milky Way and when there are few stars you are looking out of the Milky way.
Just getting started with my new Sony RX100M7. Zero stones zero crates.
thanks for Apod NASA
I had my camera set to rapid and this came out in the mix. It seems to be a little blurred.
Been lazy but finally got around to working on my eclipse shots haha
Moon Eclipse 2021 by Tony, on Flickr
Blood Moon and Milky Way Core by Tony, on Flickr
Easily the best photo in this thread. Beautiful doggo, feel for you brother.
thanks bro, means a lot.
Morans Falls by Tony, on Flickr
Moogerah Lake Selfie by Tony, on Flickr
Moogerah Lake by Tony, on Flickr
Moogerah Lake Sunset by Tony, on Flickr
Moogerah Lake Last Light by Tony, on Flickr
Taken yesterday afternoon from about an hour before sunset all the way to last light. Was a bit frustrating because I actually wanted to use the tree for sunset but the good looking clouds had moved on by sunset also the lake got more and more ripple-y so couldn't get reflection of the sky by the end too.
Was locked down here in Brisbane, Australia over the weekend so got around to doing some driveway astro which I've not done in ages. Pretty happy with what I got with just 3 hours of data under Bortle 5/6 sky:
Antares/Rho Ophiuchi and Blue Horsehead by Tony, on Flickr