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  1st Picture - Check Out The Last Two

1st Picture - Check Out The Last Two
Image credit: © warholaimages 2013

Uploader comment: I set up my camera in upstate NY on a camping trip 6/7/13 through 6/9/13. I tried an attempt on Saturday night to take some star trails. I was using a Canon 40D with 15-85mm lens and a shutter timer, I set it to take 200pictures, each shot covering 30seconds. I thought it would be cool to have the fire in the foreground, I set the timer, hit the shutter and star gazed for alittle. Within 5min it became cloudy, I figured screw it ill leave the camera clicking away, and go into the camper (off picture to the left like 10ft) hangout and get the camera in an hour or 2 with the hope the clouds would break at some point. Well 12:00 hit, I went out and the sky was still cloudy so I got the camera which was only like half way through. around 120 pictures, and went to bed for the night. Long story short when I got back home at the end of the weekend, I loaded all the pictures on my laptop (which I left home) and started scrolling through them all really boring, around 120 all the same, just like the one here. But not the last two!


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Comment icon #1 Posted by MacsMom on 27 June, 2013, 15:11
Not saying this is what it is, but it looks like sparklers on a collapsible tray table.

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