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                                                    WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12 , 2020 AT 7.30 PM

 ASSESSMENT - NIGHTSCAPES

It may seem obvious, but night time is when there is no light from the sun in the sky and for this to be the case it must be before morning twilight or after evening twilight. In practical terms, this means at least an hour before sunrise or after sunset when the only sources of light will be the moon or the stars or artificial light eg city lights, vehicles, ships etc. By the way, the auroras will qualify if you are lucky enough to have seen them. The subject lends itself to the milky way, star trails, light trails from moving objects, light painting etc. The “scape” part means you should look to include some sort of landscape (rural or urban), or seascape in the background setting.

PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE MONTH

December 2019

Lloyd Anderson

'Eastern Spinebill'

Dan Crowley

'Eastern Curlew'


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