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M13 first globular cluster attempt


Antares_Paul
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Hi,


 


Initially thought I'd over-exposed using ISO 800 but just about got away with it I think.


 


Full frame;


 


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Crop;


 


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20x180s ISO 800. 19 matching darks.


Yep - no flats so coal background to compensate for bunnies  :lol:


 


Next time I will use a lower ISO. Learn every session.


 


Regards.


 


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Steve - you must have a very varied palate. R&C John Smiths (yum) and Cricks Sam Smiths (yuk).


I don't drink these days but could never and I mean NEVER stomach the offerings of The Cricketers. Old Peculiar? Oh boy  :ill:


 


Simon is still going strong with his 'Aladdin's cave' ...


 


Did I read somewhere you worked at Drax?


They are burning all sorts of exotic materials these days to provide. Judging by the black plumes that pump out through the early hours I suppose that includes old car tyres  :D


 


Regards.

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Thanks Ron. I prefer widefield myself.


I also prefer a darker background than most but let's not get into that  ;)


 


Regards.

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the R&C was OK for the beer when in the Cricks i was something out of a bottle the SS was awful


 


I worked on the building of the FGD plant, when Drax was a base station working fairly efficiently for coal fired,the FGD dropped this and the different fuels will no doubt reduce the life of the plant


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