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    It's looks so beautiful..
    I hope to go to a place where i can see this one day.
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    (Original post by Kangaroo17)


    It's looks so beautiful..
    I hope to go to a place where i can see this one day.
    Beautiful.

    Unfortunately, the only way to see vistas like that is by taking long exposure high definition photographs. The human eye cannot collect enough light unaided to see that amount of detail in reality.

    It's quite easy to do though. All you need is a good quality dedicated camera with manual control of exposure time, aperture, focussing and a decent tripod plus remote control for shutter release.

    Choose a clear night, prepare your composition as the light begins to fade at dusk, then wait until dark and start taking pictures. Use good photograph editing software such as Paintshop Pro or Photoshop and adjust until you have the desired result.
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    I can just about see the milky way from rural Anglesey - it's sort of averted/peripheral vision though, when you try to look straight at it and see the detail... you can't.

    It's not at all as difficult as it used to be - I've seen some amazing milky way and Messier object photos produced with image stacking techniques - literally in the field using a handheld iphone (even in fairly light polluted locations)

    I get a lovely effect when I go out for a night walk in the country - you set off with the constellations in one place and eventually get back to the car an they've all moved. even though I've come back to the same place, I've not come back to the same place at all.
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    Very beautiful...

    So many possibilities with each of those dots.
 
 
 
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