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Texas Night Sky

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"I Best Be Thanking ma' Lucky Stars I'm in Texas" ...:floating:
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K4nK4n's avatar
SeLikuR's avatar
great capture, how to get it?
heisawriter's avatar
really brings out the stars!
foureyes's avatar
many thankies :)......:handshake:
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AstralGuardian70775's avatar
Yay, another Texan! :D This is beautiful, you can't see this kind of sky where I live... :(
DerpyZelda's avatar
Hello, Since your from Texas, Can you answer this?
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Lothrian's avatar
That sky reminds me of when I was a kid - my parents took me to the Planetarium in London. I was absolutely blown away as I had never seen a star-filled sky quite like it. We think our skies are starry here in Britain, but unless you are up a mountain somewhere they leave a lot to be desired - they are nothing compared with beautiful night skies such as you have shot here. Wonderful picture! :)
nvj4916's avatar
It's reminds me of a song called Constellations by Enter Shikari. How beautiful.

Oh Texas isn't that fun!
emofriende's avatar
- truly speechless-
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YokoSama's avatar
"the start at night are big and bright....deep in the heart of Texas!" Thank you for capturing a amazing shot of my lovely Texas night Starts. This makes me think of home and this is an awesome shot!
Xerces's avatar
The colours look wonderful, and to see so many tiny and different coloured stars looks somehow magical. well done
Homyname's avatar
:O it is.. extraordinary
Do you used many digital retouching?
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bygone's avatar
texas best be thankin' her own lucky stars to have a chap like you around to photograph her!
Obsidian133's avatar
what was the exposure time on this? how do you get the stars to expose so brightly? just curious. :)
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