Shortly after sunset bright noctilucent clouds became visible. Quickly grabbed my photogear and headed out to a spot north of the city overlooking the lake Markermeer.
20190612, 00.07UT, Canon 6D, Sigma 50mm ART, F2.8, 2s, ISO400.
20190612, 21.58UT, Canon 6Dii, Sigma 135mm ART, F3.5, 1s, ISO400.
Timelapse rendered using 285 1 exposures (1s each) with a Canon 6Dii and Sigma 135mm ART, F3.5, ISO400.
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.