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Frozen Vortex by anonymous66 Frozen Vortex by anonymous66
What a difference time makes...

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roughly 30 minutes at f/6.7

Temperature outside was -5 degrees farenheit (-20 Celsius).
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:iconxordinary1998:
XOrdinary1998 Apr 29, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
That is AWESOME! How'd you do that?
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:iconphotons-n-parsecs:
photons-N-parsecs Oct 19, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Two thumbs up just for braving the cold! Another two thumbs up for an excellent photo! :D No, I don't have four thumbs but you deserve it lol

You got Polaris dead center--nice work! I've seen a lot of attempts like this, but Polaris ended up having a trail too.
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:icontrealairborne:
Know that´s a cool way to explain that the world rotate on it´s own HAHA
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:iconflyboy18:
flyboy18 Jan 29, 2008   Photographer
gotta love the cold.
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:iconvonawes:
What makes this so great is the light upon the trees. It gives this that added power, if it really needed it in the first place. Outstanding job and stay warm.
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:iconveedub57:
Awesome! I love star trails. Was this taken in AK or MN? curious if you have to be closer to one of the poles (north pole or south pole) for those star trail pics to turn out? :+fav:
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:iconphotons-n-parsecs:
photons-N-parsecs Oct 19, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
I think star trails can appear anywhere as long as you are in a dark enough location? I live in a rural area in central IL and the stars are pretty bright here at night.
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anonymous66 Feb 4, 2007   Photographer
Alaska. Danke
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:iconjvphotography:
what did you do to keep the rig from fogging up?
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