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Very nice pics - it was a beautiful site at 5:30am and you've caught exactly what I was greeted with for my first smoke of the day lol. :)


(I like the first one most - caught the atmosphere very well there)

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Nice one Paul, I would have liked to have photographed it myself but I was working. It did look nice though and your pics do it justice.

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It's a bungalow Stash, in fact we looked round that one before buying the one we're in.


Interesting to see how far Venus and the Moon moved apart during the morning. When I first observed them Venus was immediately above the Moon. I lost track of the Moon about 8.30am when Venus was still visible naked eye and was about 1.5 degrees right of the Moon.

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Hi Paul,


Thought I was seeing things again. :facepalm:


Yes it was interesting to watch i lay awake watch Saturn/Mars move off as moon and venus came up.


I bet you ,living next to sea, didn't suffer from the Haze which may end of Cranwell suffered last night - seem just to leave a portal directly above.


See you Saturday !

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