Visual alphabet

Yes, using Olympus Live Composite. The camera makes a series of exposures over a period of time and, at the end, uses the first exposure and the brighter parts of any following images to create a single picture. So all you have to do is to set the initial exposure, point the camera in the right direction (not always obvious) and you can get the result of the stars turning and the ISS fading in, travelling across the sky then fading out.

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Impressive :+1:

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Kakis

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Libellule (this little chap was less than 1 inch long from head to tail…)

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Mezze

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save some for me… looks fabulous… :relaxed: :relaxed:

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Yummmmm!

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Those were some of the cold things, daughter #3 took the picture :blush: so pretty.

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you mean there was more… wow…

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We are pigs

Back in 1980…

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Pêche de vigne

Sadly the tree is no more.

Ferry in Picton harbour quay, New Zealand

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Oh no, it’s Q again… and you beat me to it Ken !

Sorry Fleur!

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Red sky or Sunset … whichever or both…

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Tourmalet

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