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    Chris,

    How long was the exposure for? There is not much star movement. Yet, there are two long streaks which could be shooting stars or satellite or ?
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    This shot was a 30 second exposure. When I pull it up on my laptop you can see a little bit of star trails. So next time I get to the canal I might try a 20 second and see what it looks like. I also have a shot with a good size boat going by so I have the streaks from its lights but the boat went out of the shot by the time the exposure ended so all I have is the streaks.

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    Chris - having shot my fair share of nightscapes, I would guess you captured a plane's nav lights. I can't really tell in the posted image, but does your full size image show blinking or strobbing (sp?)?
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    The full size image does show maybe blinking and different colors.

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    The little ones are growing up. This one has lost his spots and red coat. Antlers are on the way.

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    Nice shot! Will his antlers get very long this winter, or is he still too young?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snow Miser View Post
    Nice shot! Will his antlers get very long this winter, or is he still too young?
    I don't actually know. I doubt I'll see him much longer, though. Once the leaves are gone, the deer stick to the deeper woods.
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    Loved your picture of the deer Mark.He's beautiful.Will they come by looking for food when winter really sets in?

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    Don't know about the little ones, but we sometimes get deer roaming through in the winter. I usually toss out some feed corn with the birdseed. Never know who'll come around to eat.

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    Mark,

    Great picture of the birds and the squirrel.It looks like it belongs on the front of a Christmas card.Glad to see you take care of all the little critters.My husband says I feed the whole animal world in our neighborhood.

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