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Green Onions


Spent another hour or two up at the Holland Marsh yesterday. Conditions for IR were perfect. Here's a large field of green onions using the Hoya R72 - 25 sec.

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Same for this as my other comment

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Regrettably the conditions were too windy. And I had to compromise between getting a less than adequate soft clouds versus a field which was too soft and blurry to make this work.

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Ah, the trials and tribulations of long exposure, I have been having just the same problem today.
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Steven buy a cast iron tripod , a bag of bricks to hook onto it and its sturdy, I do it all the time emoticon

Yea we are ruled by the weather sometimes and often have to revisit to get what we want.

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Martin, I think Steven was concerned about movement in the grass, not the tripod!
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 emoticon

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You tell 'em, Toby. emoticon

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Though I did mean onions, not grass :-)
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