Milky Way

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Delpheo
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Milky Way

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There has been a few cloudless nights for the past few nights, but the weather so warm at night, like no mood to even leave the house hahaha. But managed to finally get out. Using simple setup of DSLR, lens and Vixen Polarie (don't wanna sweat so much hahahaha)

First night

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Second night

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Re: Milky Way

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Nice Delpheo,
But I think the city sodium lights are distracting. Would be better if you take the level down a little and maybe convert it to B/W..
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Fortunately willpower trumps mood on those nights! Nice shots! [smilie=good-job.gif]
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