Friday, 26 January 2007

Comet McNaught - 彗星

Nelson, New Zealand
F2.8, 15sec (on the tripod) ISO-50

24/Jan/2007 10:08PM

10 comments:

  1. Fantastic capture. We are on the wrong part of the world to see it. This is a keeper.

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  2. Thanks!
    It's once a life time thing, I guess.
    I feel so lucky that we can see this almost every night, when the sky is clear.

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  3. Real lucky you guys! To get to see it and to get such a wonderful photograph too!

    So well done!!!

    Congratulations

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  4. Thanks Lachezr,
    We have very bright light around industrial area and town at night, so the most of tail is not seen on this photo. If I look at it with binocular, it show real good. I wonder if it goes more spectacular if I go somewhere without city lights.

    I wish my camera can do more than 15 sec...

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  5. Hi Ben,
    You are lucky boy! I have been trying to observe the comet for four days, but the sky had never been clear.
    Nice shot.
    I keep watching your photos regularly.
    Best regards,
    Victor

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  6. I repeat, you are so fortunate! This is a wonderful shot, something to keep for prosperity.

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  7. SPECTACULAR picture! Sure I would like to be there. Thanks for share it with us.

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