Clear cold February night, (astronomy snow winter sky trees nighttime ). Photo by Glaswegian
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Clear cold February night,

Uploaded by: Glaswegian

Thursday February 6, 2014


Caption: with Jupiter (brightest at center); left Castor and Pollux (top and lower, bright stars), and far right by the tree: Orion, his belt clearly visible

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Image Length: 3072

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Compression: JPEG compression

Exposure Time: 10 sec.

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Shutter speed: -3.32 EV (APEX: 0, 9 sec.)

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White Balance: Manual white balance

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Focal Length In 35mm Film: 27

Scene Capture Type: Landscape

Gain Control: Low gain up

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4. Glaswegian
8:59 PM GMT on February 07, 2014
We are finished (for the moment) from the wind chill warning Arlene; however, the way this winter has gone, I'm sure we will have more soon!
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3. Glaswegian
8:54 PM GMT on February 07, 2014
Thanks Heidrun! The nights are cold; however when you get a little into February there is a touch of warmth in the sun, which you can feel on your face when you turn away from the wind.
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2. canuckjune
3:07 PM GMT on February 06, 2014
We are under another wind chill warning till noon, and there is some very light snow now and breezy of course, and it doesn't look like it will "warm" up till the beginning of next week, double digits above zero for a change.
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1. trailhiker44
5:52 AM GMT on February 06, 2014
Great capture, Bill !
But a clear star studded sky means-COLD !
February does not seem to bring a relief temperature wise !
Bundle up and stay warm !
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