Thursday, March 14, 2013


I'm posting more images from my 3/12 photo session with the lovely comet PANSTARRS. All photos were taken with a 28-105 mm camera lens at f4. I used a variety of zoom settings and I believe all exposures were between 1 and 8 seconds, as permitted by the brightness of the sunset's glow. The first image shows the setting with crepuscular rays so one can envision where the comet was in relation to the setting sun. By now, it has moved north of the setting sun, where it should be visible tonight. (Double-click to enlarge the images).

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