A night too few and far between

By: mitthbevnuruodo , 9:29 PM GMT on March 21, 2014

Last week was heading out to the beaches, but it fogged up, so this is where I ended up for some star trails, the Moon illuminated the hills nicely, compensates for the loss of doing such on a beach instead

Star Trails over Llyn Gwenant (mitthbevnuruodo)
Was going to use the waxing Moon last week, to do some star trails over an illuminated beach. But being it's just not used to so much sunshine these days, the coasts just fogged up into pea soup! So, headed up the mountains instead (where was just fine) and after a previous stop elsewhere, decided on this spot I had checked out before as a potential locale. The best view, doesn't include Polaris in view, but like it anyway!
Star Trails over Llyn Gwenant

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1. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
9:31 PM GMT on March 21, 2014
nice picture that's from your new scope
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