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Knowlton Church during a nice autumnal evening, with Mars and the Pleiades seen above the tower. The two stars to the left of the tower are the horns of the Taurus the Bull (see inset), whose red eye is behind the tower in this photo. [Update: Removed the flare using the suggestion from SteveO]
Posted 8:07pm Sunday, 6th November 2005
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Shooting Date/Time2005:10:15 23:13:48.90
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owen
i really like this one (like all from this series). There seems to be bit of a 'smudge' on the right though, at tower height, which I find a little distracting. Surely it's not lens flare at that time of the night?
CurlyToes
Owen: Unfortunately, that's exactly what it was :o( I tried to get rid of it, but it just looked worse.
emma
These are just so surreal! another great night shot David.
garyx
Shame about the smudge. I liked colour transition form horizon to the sky at night.
SteveO
The patch tool in photoshop would probably be able to get rid of that quite well i think. Very nice spooky light at that time of night.
CurlyToes
SteveO: I hadn't thought of using the patch tool, and it has worked a treat. So much so, that I've updated this photo!
David Kapp
I thought I was going crazy there for a second. I couldn't find the flare anywhere :) What did you use as your external light source that night? Do you think that might have caused the flare? Another beautiful night shot.
CurlyToes
Dave: External light source was the moon, and yeah it was what caused the flare - which is no longer there! :o)
owen
Funny, I discovered the patch tool today completely by coincidence. Seems to have worked a treat here!
joe_ob
Great colours and feel to this. Doesn't seem real so well done.
phong
wow, this is great! love the atmosphere and the distant lights on the horizon. lovely.

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