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Alpha Centauri, Beta Centauri and Proxima Centauri Our Nearest Stellar Neighbour - April 13, 2017 by Joseph Brimacombe
Via Flickr:
Taken from Savannah Skies Observatory using a modified Canon 40D camera and 135-mm Digital Cinema Lens on a Software Bisque PME Mount 1 x 3 min exposure NOTE Proxima Centauri forms a third component of the Alpha Centauri binary star system, currently with a separation of about 13000 AU and an orbital period of 550,000 years] Proxima centauri is marked in the center of the circle on the lower edge of the image. Alpha centauri is left and beta centauri is right. LINKS Info about alpha centauri or Rigil Kentaurus : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_Centauri Info about beta centuri or Hadar: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beta_Centauri Info about proxima centauri: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxima_Centauri

Last night I was in the backyard and asked Zak to sit, so I could take his photo, he instead ran behind our cousin it tree to “hide” Not the best of photos, but it makes me laugh and just shows his disdain for the camera pointed at him.. lol

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camera-insanity of 2013.

i decided to try and find pictures of all the analogue cameras i’ve taken photos with (in roughly chronological order), over the course of 2013 - since i wasn’t sure i could remember them all:

rolleiflex old standard, kiev 60, agfa optima 1035, agfa box 50, agfa clack, canon ae-1, zeiss ikon donata, rolleiflex f 3.5, nikon em, konica fs-1, sinar f2

(in some sense this is only the tip of the iceberg: i have/had multiple copies of at least two of these cameras, and there were quite a number of lenses involved that aren’t pictured here)

five of these have gone back to ebay in the meantime - which means that i still have way too many cameras.