First time for me this year. Just before going to sleep I glanced out of the bedroom window: noctilucent clouds. Quickly grabbed the camera and took a couple of shots with the 135mm through the window.
Canon 6Dii, Sigma 135mm ART, F2.0, ISO800, 0.5s.
First light, more or less, for my new Sigma 20mm/F1.4 ART.
20160219, 2151UT, Canon EOS 5Dii, Sigma 20mm F1.4 A@F2.8, 4 sec, ISO400
Another noctilucent clouds display, this time observed from public observatory Bussloo.
20150710, 2143UT, Canon EOS 5Dii, Sigma50mm/1.4 (ART) at F2.8, 4s, ISO800.
20150710, 2150UT, Canon EOS 5Dii, EF135mm/2L at F2.5, 2.5s, ISO800
A brief display of noctilucent clouds as seen through my bedroom window. It only lasted for 10 minutes.
2015-07-06, 21.55 UT, Canon EOS 5Dii and Sigma 50mm/F.14 (ART) @F2.8, 2.5sec, ISO800.
Caught a glimpse of the Northern lights, hours after a Kp=8 storm hit the atmosphere.
20150317, 2112UT, Canon EOS 5DII, EF16-35/2.8 @16mm, F2.8, 5 sec, ISO800.
A lunar halo caused by high clouds composed of ice crystals. This halo was visible for about 15 minutes.
2014-01-02, 20.43UT; Canon EOS5Dii and EF8-15mm at F/4.5 and f-15m, 4sec, ISO1600.
During a Panstarrs session I noticed a faint white glow low on the northern horizon. Barely visible to the naked eye, but no problem for the camera with 135mm telelens.
2013-06-04, 22.41UT, Canon EOS 5Dii, EF 135mm/2L @ 3.2, 5 sec, ISO1250
Several nice moon halos were visible during our regular open Friday night at Public Observatory Bussloo. Photo’s were taken with a Canon EOS 1100D, Sigma 4.5 mm fisheye and Canon 35mm F/1.4 lenses.
Beautiful sunset at public observatory Bussloo.