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#22 - 01/28/2016 2:10 AM from stirling

i love how you can see the dust and stars in the Milky Way sky.

#21 - 06/13/2015 2:32 PM from Bobby

That's a clever answer to a tricky qutieson

#20 - 06/19/2014 12:51 PM from Prince

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#19 - 06/19/2014 4:16 AM from Shekhar

Trish, running water lines might make that cpomlicated. I'd settle for battery-powered motion-triggered strobes. Ruby, that works in theory. But for it to be practically applicable and consistently repelling it would have to be done on a pretty regular basis, which shy or not I'm not really up for. If I just one-time it the message that's primarily being received after a day or two by the coyote is that of a faded threat, that I've marked and moved on.

#18 - 01/21/2013 5:48 PM from Oskar von der Lühe

Nicht gerade eine photometrische Nacht, aber eine Klasse Aufnahme! Ich habe 1978 vier Wochen auf diesem Berg zugebracht - damals gabs das GranTeCan natürlich noch nicht, die Wolken aber schon. Der Bergschatten bei Sonnenauf- und untergang ist mit dem Teide auf Teneriffa ähnlich spektakulär.

#17 - 07/19/2011 5:23 PM from Sebastian

Klasse Video, und tolle Location. Deinen Dolly habe ich schon beim stöbern im Timescapes Forum gesehen. Gute Idee und transportierbar (wenn auch wohl nicht ganz billig) ;). Mir schwebt ähnliches vor, aber ich würde ihn auch noch gerne mit einen Pan/Tilt Kopf ausrüsten (Servos). ..Ist aber noch in der Anfang ;) LG, sebastian

#16 - 06/8/2011 4:40 AM from Sarah Vo


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