Jammy Git

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  1. magicsurfbus

    magicsurfbus Funster

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    This guy was just taking a night sky pic over Loch Ness and look what passed by:

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    I love the way the meteor's colour changes from green to orange are reflected in the water, even though the trail itself appears white to the camera.

    I've only ever once caught a glimpse of a fireball like that - what chance of a decent photo eh? Jammy git.
     
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    Thats one hell of a photo(y)
     
  3. John Laidler

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    Amazing luck, it isn't a long exposure either, all the stars are points, not streaks, well only slightly streaked I think. Bottom half of Orion in the top right of the picture is very clear. Green suggests copper in it?
     
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    Didn't notice meteor, so busy looking for Nessy


    Great photo !!!
     
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    That looks amazing :) thanks for sharing ;)
     
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    I took her with me when I visited. :(:(:(
     
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