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Startrails
Photo By Jerry Cotten

  • Title: Startrails
  • State/Province/Region: Texas
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: West Texas
  • Nearest Town: Lamesa
  • Brief Directions: This location is about 15 miles northwest of Lamesa in west Texas.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: I found this old wooden windmill near my hometown and decided to include it in a series of 192 seperate exposures of 30 seconds each to capture star trails on a clear night. The windmill was illuminated by a flood light that was on a oilfield warehouse about a quarter of a mile behind me. All exposures were then blended together in "Startrails" program on my laptop.
  • Gear: Canon XSI, Tamron 18-270 zoom lens, Manfrotto tripod, cable release
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Keywords:  LandscapesLight
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