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 Post subject: NFO in the snow
PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 11:44 am 
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The view towards the New Forest Observatory this morning:

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Don't usually see any snow here in the South!!!
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WOW! Thats crazy! I don't get snow where I live! It is way to cold for me! Haha! Good shot! Was this hand held? What was you shutter?

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Shutter was around 1/120s.
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Never mind the snow...

DARN you have your own observatory !!??!

That is a 5 of 5 in cool-factor. I want one to :)


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Hi Khol,

I thought you knew :D
And I agree, observatories are mega-cool, even though she who must be obeyed initially christened mine the portaloo!!!

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greg when you get the results that many of us see here the missus can call it what she wants, right?

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I guess so Robbo :D
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