pyrocumulus head

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Tue Mar 1 23:41:01 2005 UTC

A closeup of the head of the cloud Canon 300D lens at 300mm zoom

Pyrocumulus

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Tue Mar 1 23:41:01 2005 UTC

This burnoff caused a stunning pyrocumulus the best example I have witnessed, a very hazy bright day and this smoke column making its way up through the air Canon 300D zoom lens at 100 1/500 sec @f5.6 ISO 100

Moon and Jupiter

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Mon Feb 28 03:34:02 2005 UTC

A very clear night and Jupiter close to the moon.Taken with a Canon 300D using a Rubinar 10/1000mm lens.1/60 sec at ISO 800

lightning

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Feb 18 09:37:01 2005 UTC

Another picture from last nights storm.Picture was a bit overexposed from this particular flash but reducing the exposure revealed the "shocking pink" corona around the flash. Nikon 5400 camera 30 sec exposure @f7.7 ISO 50

lightning

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Thu Feb 17 10:36:01 2005 UTC

Another thunder and lightning display of around 3 hours, together with hail, was a real treat. This shot was taken using a Nikon 5400 set at f4.5 and ISO 50 exposure was 30 secs.This particular streak of lightning was captured 2 secs before the shutter closed.

lightning

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Feb 11 20:47:01 2005 UTC

A flash of lightning behind the cloud, together with the colour cast of the streetlights, produced this blue flare.Canon 300D 15 sec exposure ISO 100

Lightning

Submitted by: anton stephen travaglia at Wed Feb 9 04:26:01 2005 UTC

A wonderful storm occurred at night, most of the ones here are in daylight, so this was an opportunity to try for a shot of the lightning....a first for me...Canon 300D 30 sec @f 5.6 ISO 100

Moon Halo

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Tue Feb 1 05:11:01 2005 UTC

The moon with its halo, is flanked by Jupiter and Spica. Canon 300D 5 sec exposure @f5.6 ISO 1600

halo

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Tue Jan 25 07:46:01 2005 UTC

This moon halo was captured quite by accident....a series of moon shots and this was the only only one worth keeping....was quite astounded at what was captured.....1 sec @ f 4.5 1 sec 1600ISO

AURORA

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Sun Jan 23 06:43:01 2005 UTC

Monday 17th was a good night for the "Southern Lights" this picture shows the red colours which became more apparent as the view was more to the west. Canon 300D 28mm lens 30 sec @ f 3.5....ISO 1600

clouds at sunset

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Sat Jan 22 21:19:01 2005 UTC

A beautiful cloud formation makes this sunset a bit different from the norm.Canon 300D 55mm lens 1/250 sec @ f8 ISO 200

aurora

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Mon Jan 17 12:49:01 2005 UTC

Can we maybe have another display tomorrow? Canon 300D ISO 1600 @30sec

aurora

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Mon Jan 17 12:39:01 2005 UTC

Aurora Australis, a welcome sight in the sky.Canon 300D 1600 ISO @ 30sec exposure

Orion

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Mon Jan 17 03:14:01 2005 UTC

The magnificent Orion Nebula gracing our skies once again 120 sec exposure Canon 300D ISO 1600

Stratus cloud

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Wed Jan 12 22:31:04 2005 UTC

The Totara monument casts an eerie glow on the cloud base, this monument is a tribute to the first shipping of frozen meat from Oamaru New Zealand...Canon 300D at 30 sec exposure, f 5.6 ISO 800

stratus

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Tue Jan 4 04:58:01 2005 UTC

A trip up to Dasher Hill, at 1200 feet, we were in the clouds and saw this tree in the distance. Nikon 5400 ISO 100 1/250 sec @ f5.6.

Halo

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Thu Dec 16 04:06:01 2004 UTC

The skies clearing after a week of cloud cover, reveal cirrus and the sun halo,which lasted for about 20 minutes.Nikon 5400 28mm lens 1/1000 sec at f7.7 ISO 50

Storm Clouds

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Thu Dec 16 04:06:01 2004 UTC

After a thunder and lightning display, together with hail, a colourful cloud formation graced the skies.Canon 300D lens at 35mm 1/250 sec at f 11. ISO 100

ISST

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Wed Dec 8 04:38:01 2004 UTC

The ISST making its way in space. A 60 second exposure ISO 400 Nikon 5400.

Comet Machholz

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Thu Dec 2 11:23:01 2004 UTC

The first attempt at recording this comet, but certainly not the last.Canon 300D 1 min exposure ISO 1600.Using the telescope as a telephoto lens. f/l 1200mm

Moonrise

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Wed Dec 1 19:48:01 2004 UTC

The moon rising behind the trees casts an eerie glow onto the clouds. Canon 300D 200mm lens equivalent,2 secs @f5.6 ISO 1600.

anticrepuscular rays

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Wed Dec 1 19:40:01 2004 UTC

The aftermath of a hail and thunderstorm, produced a great display of anticrepuscular rays, the best this year. Canon 300D 55mm zoom , 1/500 @ f11 ISO 200

Oddity in the sky

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Nov 26 08:14:01 2004 UTC

The oddest cloud I have seen, with a NW wind at its back and the wind coming off the mountain range, these factors I think may have combines to cause this formation. Canon 300D, auto exposure, and a polarizing filter.

Crepuscular rays

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Sat Nov 20 07:35:01 2004 UTC

A threatening sky and the sun trying to peer out produced these rays in the distance.Canon 300D, 300mm zoom lens ISO 100 1/500 sec @ f 8, a polarizing filter was used.

altocumulus perlucidus

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Sat Nov 20 07:28:01 2004 UTC

A fine example of this type of cloud, not uncommon here.Canon 300D, 28mm equiv lens. ISO 100 1/500 @ f11.

mammatus cloud

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Tue Nov 16 09:12:02 2004 UTC

Mammatus cloud is touched by the suns rays, making a beautiful sight.Canon 300D 1/500 sec @ f8 ISO 200

Earthshine

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Tue Nov 16 09:04:01 2004 UTC

A very clear night and the earthshine very noticable early on in the evening.Canon 300D attached to the telescope 1200mm, the moon just in the frame.1/60 sec at f5.6 ISO 1600

Sun-up

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Nov 5 20:34:01 2004 UTC

A magnificent and colourful sunrise was the forerunner of a hot day with a Norwesterly dry wind of some 30 knots in velocity.Nikon 300D camera, lens set at 100mm zoom.

Seafog

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Nov 5 20:34:01 2004 UTC

The town was enveloped in this clearly defined fog band, for 3 hours, otherwise a nice day.Nikon 5400 camera, lens at 28mm.

Jupiter and Venus

Submitted by: tony travaglia at Fri Nov 5 20:28:01 2004 UTC

A break in the cloud revealed the two planets close to each other in the morning sky.Canon 300D, lens 300mm, the exposure 1.5 stops underexposed.

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