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Stars

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»  Stars
Long exposure of stars
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rgvmonster (||)
on Mar 27, 2006
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Comments

18. Aug 9, 2013 nathanjt
"I will be using this picture in a postcard advertising our Friend Sunday at church."

17. Mar 23, 2012 jasonw33
"Thanks for posting this. Using it in a course for hobeonline.com"

16. Jan 19, 2012 Ladybug83
"Great photo! I will be using it for my Norwegian book blog. Crediting + linking back to the photo and your profile page here."

15. May 22, 2011 goonies191
"love it...thanks a lot for sharing"

14. Feb 19, 2011 DavidJSims
"Nice image...I'm thinking about using it as a picture for a cover song from Rainbow (Stargazer) On my site davidjsims.com"

13. Dec 29, 2010 FalgorOne
"Nice shot, and very useful. Thanks for sharing!"

12. Mar 8, 2010 aireia_
"this is awesome."

11. Feb 24, 2010 emid123
"Great Photo, used it on http://photographypo- ol.com"

10. Aug 12, 2009 alcurving
"Wow!!! The thumbprint of God. I used this shot in the song "Drifter" that can be viewed at the following link http://www.youtube.c- om/watch?v=2N_GXgg6Z- n4 Thank You."

9. Nov 23, 2007 krissbeebe
"Thanks fo sharing"

8. Jan 10, 2007 uberti357
"Thank you for providing a restriction-free image! You can see it in a short video at the bottom of the page: http://www.keytorevi- val.org/audios.html"

7. Apr 23, 2006 eqphotolog
"WONDERFUL!"

6. Mar 30, 2006 a_kartha
"Very niice. Tried the same thing with my Nilon D70 recently, didnt turn out quite as good. Very nice !"

5. Mar 30, 2006 rgvmonster
"You have to use a fully manual film camera. I used an old Canon AE-1 and used the B setting."

4. Mar 29, 2006 alitaylor
"How did you get a 30min exposure. my camera only goes up to 15 sec!!"

3. Mar 29, 2006 alitaylor
"How did you get a 30min exposure. my camera only goes up to 15 sec!!"

2. Mar 29, 2006 rgvmonster
"A canon AE-1 with fuji 800 film and the exposure was about 30 minutes long. The reason why there is a circular pattern is because this is the north star and since the earth rotates all of the other stars move over our horizon like the sun exept they move around the north star, giving it the circular effect."

1. Mar 29, 2006 tdenham
"THis is cool...how did you do this? Looks like there is a circular motion to this photo. "

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