Tamás Ábrahám
Image taken:
Oct. 21, 2010
Zsámbék, Hungary
Last night: frost, almost full moon, very clear sky with good transparency (in spite of the moon), a glass of wine (because of the frost) and finally a mouse in my house. So I was a comet and mouse hunter. I managed to capture the comet with my 8 inch newtonian reflector (F/5), Canon EOS 400D at ISO 800, 29x1 minutes exposure time. The total time of the images is 60 minutes. Processing with Iris. I haven't caught the mouse yet...
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