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Twilight to Midnight

By bunlee | bunleephotography | 8 Dec 2020


From the same night and location taken back in August. One of the night chasing NEOWISE Comet. It was a overcast night with lots of clouds moving quite fast. The NEOWISE Comet appeared on and off over the first half of the night and as the comet went below the mountain. A little change in direction to capture a time lapse of the night hoping the milky way will be showing at some point with all the clouds covered half the sky. So from all the frames I captured on this evening, I picked the one with the least amount of clouds in the sky showing half of the milky way. Hope you enjoy and have a great night!

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bunlee
bunlee

Content creator: post-production, motion design, also get in front of the camera shooting what I love. Photography in landscapes, nightscapes, and my favorite is astrophotography! Also enjoy capturing time lapse and aerial video!


bunleephotography
bunleephotography

Photographer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I love travel and go to places that are able to capture the dark night sky

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