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Old Jan 11, 2007, 8:41 PM   #1
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i read about this comet in the paper this morning, and thought i'd try to catch it before it vanished. it probably won't be visible after tomorrow evening -it's really close to the sun, and because it's so close, it got pretty well lost in the sun's glow. i wish it'd been higher in the sky, with that tail it would've looked quite spectacular against the indigo blue of evening. taken with my 30D and Sigma EX 80-400 +1.4x...

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Old Jan 15, 2007, 8:46 PM   #2
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They are not easy to catch, those "celestial phenomenons" but I find your picture exciting. Something really happens in the picture and the sky colour is nice.

I came across a halo phenomenon and got the idea of posting it to you. The sun is to the right and the halo phenomenon is to the left

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