Thursday, September 20, 2007

Fortune smiles again - the scopes on Mauna Kea, the 14000ft volcano next door, are fogged out and I'm here high and dry. How often does that happen?? Usually that extra 3000ft means that I'm in the fog while they're getting good pictures. The sunset was spectacular, and I got to do some more near-infra-red timelapsing of the Big Isle.

I thought this was neat - a single shot from the timelapse sequence:
And then 100 of them "stacked" to smear out the clouds....


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