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The widefield one at the bottom is glorious at full-res...
3rd Mar 2007, 23:24   | tags:,,

Steve says:

The 2nd one works really well at this size

3rd Mar 2007, 23:29

axel says:

nice one - you've got a rather special k800i there!

3rd Mar 2007, 23:31

boet says:

bloody red, love it

3rd Mar 2007, 23:33

JokerXL says:

Love the glow on #1
Was really red at the high point wasn't it!

3rd Mar 2007, 23:37

Mandy. says:

oooh, I like the second one. we're not having a stinking eclipse here. :(

3rd Mar 2007, 23:51

Electric Sheep says:

Physics is such a wonderful thing.

4th Mar 2007, 00:31

chris says:

These are great - really good bright colours.

4th Mar 2007, 12:05

beth says:

what did you use for these? i'm imagining quite a big lens.

4th Mar 2007, 12:42

mat says:

70-300mm zoom, mostly at 300mm, but a couple a bit shorter. The top one is cropped down quite a lot. If you save the images to your desktop and look at their properties, you should be able to see the exact shooting data (inc focal length) in the EXIF tags.

4th Mar 2007, 13:50

Viv says:

brilliant

4th Mar 2007, 18:43

beth says:

ooh so you can.. love that second one down

4th Mar 2007, 20:03

jetblacknewmoblog says:

awesome shots here Mat - I was walking down elm hill between pubs when it was at its best - i sorely miss having a camera i tell ya! wish i could've gotten the D80 in time!

5th Mar 2007, 09:20

boet says:

lunar eclipse

5th Mar 2007, 12:55

seaneeboy says:

Wowee boet, that's fabby!

5th Mar 2007, 13:09

lou says:

wow and wow! saw in my 30th watchin this!! seriously well captured shots

19th Mar 2007, 19:40