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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    That's quite a driveway!
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    “You often feel tired, not because you've done too much, but because you've done too little of what sparks a light in you.”
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    Nice one Peter! What is the story on that fleet of pontoon planes? I don't think I have ever seen so many together at one time.

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    Thanks, Jon. It's because of the EAA Airventure in Oshkosh.
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    What is perhaps the world's oldest extant No Parking sign, in Segovia, Spain. It says, in effect, "Carriages left in this plaza will be subject to a fine of 5 pesetas". I believe the sign is 18th century, which would make 5 pesetas a LOT of money.

    Hasselblad 500c/m, 120 Makro-Planar (iirc- it's been 17 years since I shot the photo, so you'll forgive me if I don't remember which lens I used). Bergger 200 film souped in PMK Pyro.

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    Self-portrait at the Iglesia de San Martin, from the intersection of Calle Juan Bravo and Calle Jose Canalejas. An architectural hodge-podge, with Romanesque design predominating and Mudejar elements visible, the church is unusual with three naves and the largest Romanesque arched door in Spain. It also is surrounded on three sides with an arcaded portico.

    The church was built in 1117, but is far from the oldest thing in Segovia. That would probably be the aqueduct, which was built by the Romans in the 1st century AD, and was in use into the late 1970s when the town had grown sufficiently that the aqueduct could not supply enough water any more. The aqueduct is a true engineering marvel - the only mortar in the entire structure is in the water channel at the top. Cars could drive under it into the 1990s, when they closed the plaza and several streets feeding off it to traffic. Between the vibrations from the vehicles and the diesel exhaust, they were causing escalating damage to the aqueduct.

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Last night was finally clear and I worked on shooting the Andromeda Galaxy again from about 2am till dawn. I combined all the images from last night with additional ones from September last year and was able to make this image, which I'm quite happy with:



    There's plenty of better M31 images but I'm getting better, I think. The multi-night stacking seems to really help. I will continue to "add data" to this stack as the year progresses.

    On another note I did some preliminary tests shooting this on Fuji Instax. I should be able to get a good result but I need about 4 hours of imaging time. Hopefully that will happen soon.
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    Very interesting!

    How are you connecting Instax to the rig?

    and what size?

    I am experimenting with Instax Mini B&W and Color with the Mini 90

    Waiting for the new Instax Wide Back

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Last night was finally clear and I worked on shooting the Andromeda Galaxy again from about 2am till dawn. I combined all the images from last night with additional ones from September last year and was able to make this image, which I'm quite happy with:



    There's plenty of better M31 images but I'm getting better, I think. The multi-night stacking seems to really help. I will continue to "add data" to this stack as the year progresses.

    On another note I did some preliminary tests shooting this on Fuji Instax. I should be able to get a good result but I need about 4 hours of imaging time. Hopefully that will happen soon.
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