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May 17, 2014 - 10 went

America's Stonehenge

This was the only shot of the night for me that was remotely interesting. this was my first attempt at light trails. Thank you Rupesh for you help in setting this up.

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Added by Sandra M.
on May 18, 2014.


  • Jurgen M L.

    Hi Sandra: this is very good for a first star trails shot. Long enough to be interesting and it's nice to peer through the hole in the canopy. Feel free to post some of the other pictures if you want to get feedback on why you may not find them interesting yourself. That's the quickest way to improve. Rupesh: sounds like you don't need much advise on star trails any more. :-)

    or cancel

  • Elizabeth R.

    I was just going to say, Rupesh, you've graduated!

    or cancel

  • Elizabeth R.

    Great first try. Look at the colors of the stars. Nice idea looking through the trees; has a graphic quality to it.

    or cancel

  • Rupesh R.

    oh no no i still need it :)

    or cancel

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