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Date: 08/04/20 17:09
Stars and Semaphores
Author: howeld

Can't beat the western skys at night!   

There were a lot of shooting stars but I dont think I was lucky enough to catch one as I'm pretty sure this streak was a satilite.  

BNSF Raton Subdivison 
Wagon Mound, NM








Date: 08/04/20 17:27
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: rgzfan

Beautiful star shots. Great work.



Date: 08/04/20 19:12
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: UP951West

Very nice. Thanks for sharing. 
 



Date: 08/04/20 19:58
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: koloradokid

I always admire star shots.  Out of couriosity, how long were the exposures?

TIA,

Robert



Date: 08/05/20 03:45
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: howeld

30 seconds. I don’t recall the other settings. Lighting provided by traffic on I-25 or cell phone light if needed.

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Date: 08/05/20 04:24
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: MILW86A

Excellent series 
MILW86A 



Date: 08/05/20 05:37
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: Bob3985

Great night photography. Thanks.

Bob Krieger
Cheyenne, WY



Date: 08/05/20 06:09
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: Rmosele

Very nice. It took me a while to find the satellite but once I did I agree that that's probably what it was. Thanks for posting.



Date: 08/05/20 06:17
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: ChrisCampi

Wow.



Date: 08/05/20 13:15
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: bobk

Awesome shots!



Date: 08/05/20 18:26
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: TonyJ

Beautiful!!!



Date: 08/06/20 17:51
Re: Stars and Semaphores
Author: agentatascadero

Stellar work!!

AA

Stanford White
Carmel Valley, CA



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