Startrails above the Humpage household. Taking advantage of the clear evening, this was taken on the evening/morning of March 6/7th 2010. I set the camera on tripod at 1900hrs and left shooting one exposure every 15s through till next morning. 2500 images stacked and flattened to produce the star trail. Taken with Olympus E3 and 7-14mm lens. Light sky bottom left was sunset and orange glow bottom right is the shocking city light pollution.
Follow the house to Polaris! Star trail from evening/morning of March 4/5th 2010. Camera out at approx 1900hrs and left shooting one exposure every 15s through till next morning. Over 2000 images stacked and flattened to produce the star trail. Taken with Olympus E3 and 7-14mm lens.
Quite like this startrail. One of my better ones. It was the brightest full moon of the year, 29 Jan 2010, and I was concerned the brightness would diffuse the stars. It was a very clear and cold night (-2C) although a few clouds did roll in at 0300hrs and which almost blinded the 15s exposures. I started the camera rolling at 2100hrs and exposed 15s continuous frames all night. Images then stacked in software to produce the stunning visuals of earths rotation. Olympus E3, 12-60mm.