Milky Way

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kingkong
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Milky Way

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From Laban Rata's "helipad" at 3200m, EOS350D, ISO1600, 12-24mm f/4 and 50mm f/1.8, untracked single-exposures

North
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South
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close-up wide
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Awesome!

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Hi,
Beautiful!!! :D

Have a nice day.
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Wow envy envy! :)
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Post by jermng »

Wow!

I'm flying there tmr for 2 wks! :) Hope skies will be as clear! :)
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Wow 8-) 8-)

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Post by wucheeyiun »

so nice.... :)

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Post by simei-sky »

Wow nice helipad you got there...I will call it my big outdoor TV screen!!!

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Post by Tachyon »

Nice colors!
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Post by perseid »

Wow wow!!!
Very impressive for single and unguided shot. And some more, unmodified camera.
Can't imagine the improvement if the images were stacked, guided and taken with modified camera.
Well done, Kong.

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