Milky Way 7/1997

Submitted by: william biscorner at Sat Jun 28 16:02:04 2003 UTC

The center of our own galaxy. A phenomenal sight when viewed from a totally dark sight. It is almost like you could reach out and touch the glowing stars. So bright you don't need a light to find your way around! Camera was a Pentax k1000 with a 50mm f/2 lens, and hypered Kodak Royal Gold 1000 film. The exposure was 15 seconds.

CopyrightC 1997 William Biscorner. Contact: universed2@i-is.com or visit: www.creations-photos.com


 

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November 13, 2003 Moon pillar

Submitted by: william biscorner at Thu Nov 27 15:09:04 2003 UTC

Moon pillars are quite rare. I have only seen them twice. This pillar formed and remained for about one hour. Pentax K1000, 50mm f/2, fuji 200, 10 seconds.

copyright (c) 2003 william biscorner. universed2@i-is.com www.creations-photos.com

November 14, 2003 Corona

Submitted by: william biscorner at Thu Nov 27 15:09:04 2003 UTC

Very difficult and dangerous to photograph anything near the sun, due to the intense light. This corona was very clear and colorful. Pentax K1000, 50mm f/2, fuji 200, 1/500 seconds.

copyright (c) 2003 william biscorner. universed2@i-is.com www.creations-photos.com

November 20, 2003 Aurora

Submitted by: william biscorner at Thu Nov 27 14:39:03 2003 UTC

The red wall of Aurora was waiting for me as I headed out for work at 5:30 (EST). I ran and got my wife, and my camera, and shot this awesome display. Pentax K1000, 50mm f/2, fuji 200, 15 seconds.

copyright (c) 2003 william biscorner. universed2@i-is.com www.creations-photos.com

Evening twilight 11/1998

Submitted by: william biscorner at Sat Jun 28 16:02:04 2003 UTC

A lonely old schoolhouse watching another uncounted evening fall. Camera was a Pentax k1000 with a 50mm f/2 lens, and Kodak Royal Gold 400 film. The exposure was 1/8 seconds.

CopyrightC 1998 William Biscorner. Contact: universed2@i-is.com or visit: www.creations-photos.com


Comet Hale-Bopp 3/19/1997

Submitted by: william biscorner at Sat Jun 28 16:02:04 2003 UTC

Comet Hale-Bopp was my first comet to photograph. This photo was taken on such a clear and quiet night; it was almost like you could hear the comet soaring past the stars. Camera was a Pentax k1000 with a 50mm f/2 lens, and Kodak Royal Gold 200 film. The exposure was for 15 seconds.

CopyrightC 1997 William Biscorner. Contact: universed2@i-is.com or visit: www.creations-photos.com


Cygnus star cloud 7/1997

Submitted by: william biscorner at Sat Jun 28 15:51:01 2003 UTC

Billions of stars calling for your attention. So many stars, your eyes can't just single one out, but causes them to dart about in awe! Camera was a Pentax k1000 with a 50mm f/2 lens, and hypered Kodak Royal Gold 1000 film. The exposure was at f/2 for 15 seconds.

Copyright(C) 1997 William Biscorner. Contact: universed2@i-is.com or visit: www.creations-photos.com


Twilight wedge 1/1999

Submitted by: william biscorner at Sat Jun 28 14:51:01 2003 UTC

Cold Michigan evenings usually produce deeply colored wedges. This photo also shows a vivid pink 'belt of Venus'. Camera was a Pentax k1000 with a 50mm f/2 lens, and Kodak royal gold 200 film. The exposure was at f/2 for 1/4 seconds.

Copyright(C) 1999 William Biscorner. Contact: universed2@i-is.com or visit: www.creations-photos.com


Solar eclipse 6/10/02

Submitted by: william biscorner at Thu Jun 26 18:54:01 2003 UTC

I ran around the back roads hoping to see this eclipse. Too many clouds, and I never thought it would appear. I took about 6 shots June 10, 2002. Camera was a Pentax k1000 with a Sigma 70-210mm f/4-5.6 zoom lens, and Fuji 200 film. The exposure was at 210mm for 1/125 seconds.

CopyrightC 2002 William Biscorner. Contact: universed2@i-is.com or visit: www.creations-photos.com


Aurora Image

Submitted by: william biscorner at Thu Jun 26 17:16:01 2003 UTC

I took this awesome corona on the night of November 5th, 2001. It was approximately 10pm, and the display lasted for about one hour. Using a Pentax k1000 with a 24mm f/2.8 lens, and Fuji 200 film, the exposure was 25 seconds.

Copyright C 2001 William Biscorner. Contact: universed2@i-is.com or visit: www.creations-photos.com

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