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  1. #681
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    Meerkat's are the funniest little critters.


  2. #682
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    Went out to visit LSU's Mike VI today

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  3. #683
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    Here is an other one from my last outing:

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  4. #684
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    Quote Originally Posted by njoy_az View Post
    Here is an other one from my last outing:

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    Wow. Where is this?
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  5. #685
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    Quote Originally Posted by njoy_az View Post
    Here is an other one from my last outing:
    thats beautiful.
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  7. #687
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    michael b & Rooz:

    Thanks for your compliments. I took the picture from the top of the Wendelstein shortly after the clouds released their hold of it. Being the only one up there at that time, I basically "owned" that mountaintop. I will post some more pics in my winter-thread later on (as soon as I find the time to do so that is).

    P.S.: That is a great picture, Vio1.
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  8. #688
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    Quote Originally Posted by njoy_az View Post
    michael b & Rooz:

    .. I took the picture from the top of the Wendelstein shortly after the clouds released their hold of it....
    This didn't help me very much, I had to Google it...

    "The Wendelstein Observatory is situated on the summit of Mount Wendelstein, a prominent, 1848 m high mountain in the bavarian Alpes. It is operated by the Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics of the University of Munich."

    Now I know.
    Michael B.
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  9. #689
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    njoy, that shots beautiful.

    Did you use a filter or anything to get the sun to become a star shape like that?
    Because Words Can't Describe It.

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  10. #690
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    njoy_az used an aperture of f/20. Such a small aperture will automatically create those "star-shapes" from any bright light source -- the sun, moon, streetlights, Christmas lights, etc. Great shot!
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