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I like the difference of colour in the sky !
Isn't the comet awesome? I also put up a post on my blog with the article about Meg in the Leader last night.. come have a look.nelson-dailyphoto.blogspot.com
That's a pretty amazing capture Ben, a once in a lifetime event?
ohh I envy you! I never seen anything like this in real. I guess I would be stoned for a while:)
Wish I could have seen it too. Thanks for the glimpse of the spectacular.
Wow... you take out my words... Spectacular!!
I wonder why it was named McNaught? Seems to me there's a joke in there somewhere.
Thank you guys!Piika, It named after the person who find it. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet_McNaught).
Wow! That's a wonderful photo - what good timing.http://www.telaviv2dailyphoto.blogspot.com
Way cool photo!! Great shot!
Cheers mate!I wish all the urban lights ware temporary cut to fully enjoy this lifetime opportunity. Perhaps that is a too much to ask. I'm happy with the result with what I have as a opportunity and equipment wise.
woo hooo.. you caught the comet!
Congratulations Ben! What a wonderful catch.
Yes, we did catch it. This was the 3rd day I saw the comet.The first day was from the top of near by hill. A guy at there was so kind and lend me his binocular to watch a little. (Thanks! if you seen this). So, now I know where to look for, and realise it is an exact direction from our lounge window (the big one). The next day I watched with Meg, and the 3rd day I took this, despite my believe of not enough slow shutter speed on my digital camera. It better try than do nothing, so I did. As a result? bunch of those photos! I'm pleased.Thank you again every one for all your comment!
HiWe saw the comet while it was visible in the northern hemisphere and had three evenings when the sky was clear for us to see it. I put a picture on my blog january 12, if you compare the two pics, you can see it wasnt as dark as your comet, no stars on my pic.You are lucky down there, this is the brightest comet for 40 years or maybe even longer and is brighter now then when we could see it.
OutHouse Capital of Canada,Yes, I saw yours when Susan left comment on my blog. Yours are beautiful orange sky and its just great.
BEEEEEEEEEEEEN! OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!You've almost rendered me SPEECHLESS!And that's a tall order to fill,LOL! ;)WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW! Beautiful once-in-a-life-time-almost shot!
Cheers Ame! Yesterday, I found this post of a Nelson photographer. It just breath taking.link here. http://www.pinkelephants.org/2007/01/comet-mcnaught.html
WOW Meg, this is fabulous!!!!!
oooooh!ahhhhhh!Fabulous comet shots!
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