Monday, August 1, 2011

UW Lifesaving Station Star Trails

After the "Steel Wool" session, I set the 2 camera's up to make an attempt at Star Trail photography. This is normally tough to do within the city limits of Madison due to all the light pollution. However, it was a new moon on a relatively clear night, with some haze from the humidity. I've worked at the University of Wisconsin Lifesaving Station for almost 20 years, and thought that this would make a great image if I could find the right night. All images were combined using the StarTrails program.

This is the same image as the first one above, but includes a few more images that were deleted from the first picture because of car headlights pulling into the parking lot. Gives a different look with the building illuminated.

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