Sight-testing - Extreme Edition
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-07-25 3:53]
Wonderful presenatation. I'm wainting for more this kind of photos
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-07-25 3:54]
Wonderful,unusual work from you again.I liked your presentation and informative note very much.TFS...:-)
- bedford67 (438)
- [2005-07-25 4:21]
It is not really common to see such photographs on this site! But the idea is interesting. I appreciate the note which accompanies this photo good framed.
- honza (4197)
- [2005-07-25 4:34]
Interesting presentation and excellent note. Itīs very difficult make photo of cosmic objects by camera without special instruments, but your picture is very good. TFS
- coasties (28054)
- [2005-07-25 5:16]
This is very different and very interesting. You have done a great job in capturing these so well. Interesting note too. Nice one! Thanks.
- sway (1276)
- [2005-07-25 6:15]
Interesting compilation of shots.
I'll have to get the telescope out again!
- sAner (4750)
- [2005-07-25 6:46]
Well this is different! But I like it. Excellent note and well presented. On my work monitor I can only spot Jupiter and 1 moon ... Will take a 2nd look at home. Well done & TFS!
- Janice (18832)
- [2005-07-25 6:55]
I think I must be going blind Greg! But when I enlarge your photos I can faintly see some more marks. Good idea and great info for us to read, thank you. Well done.
- marhowie (486)
- [2005-07-25 7:34]
Very interesting work Greg! An excellent supporting note, Great post!!
- Comandante (1408)
- [2005-07-25 10:32]
Very interresting shot and note.Excellent work!Thanks for sharing.
- thistle (9282)
- [2005-07-25 11:26]
You're right - quite hard to critique.
"Superb POV" or "great BG" aren't rather proper as well ;-)
Anyway, as always very interesting POV with superb note and great presentation.
I like it very much.
VERY WELL DONE!
- livios (16942)
- [2005-07-25 14:29]
Grzegorz, I like the experiment.
I'm also fascinated about astronomy, but, so far, I don't have an equipment to observe the heavens above.
Great idea. Well done.
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2005-07-25 16:40]
Its been some time Greg since I got my big telescope out but this is a sight Iv seen many times and it always fills me with awe and wonder. I love to watch the Shadow of the moons pass over Jupiter, the changes in the belts and the ovals sometimes seen. I also look upon the satellites as little worlds in their own right. If I increase my brightness I can see these Galilean wonders. Very good post, well done.
- PDP (11769)
- [2005-07-25 17:49]
I think Jupiter could do with a little selective sharpening and if you had a little more DOF you could have got Pluto in.
Good work Greg, interesting picture backed with a good note.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2005-07-26 4:24]
Amazing blackness, great POV :) :)
I didn't know you could see the names of the moons as well :) :)
The S2-IS looks like a prety awesome little camera, not to many compacts around that could even hope to take this type of shot.
Great note and an unusual presentation.