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Postby clearestimage » Tue Feb 18, 2014 12:03 pm

Captured the region around AR1977 on Sunday. Lovely clear sky and calm winds after the stormy period overnight Fri into Saturday. Only had a few minutes to get this before the Sun hid itself behind the wall of my obsy shed.

Stack of about 1500 frames captured with FireCapture and then processed in Registax. Colouring in PS. ... 5/sizes/l/

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