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 Waxing gibbous moon 4 days before full moon. 8-31-09  Two days before full moon. 9-2-09  Big Dipper - part of Ursa Major. 9-19-09  Big Dipper - part of Ursa Major. 9-19-09  Cassiopeia constellation. 9-19-09  Moon of 9/27/09. 15 stacked images  Full harvest moon. 10/3/09  Jupiter over Campbelltown.  Jupiter over our house.  Venus at the top. Mercury and Saturn below.  First star trail picture with a digital camera. Looking at the north star from our back yard. 10-20-09  Star trail from the back porch.  Our house with moon above.  Moon rising over Palmyra.  Moon in the morning. 4-13-12  Watching a storm from the back porch.  Star Trail from the field behind our house. 287 30 second exposures. 24 mm; f2.8; 400 ISO.  Stars behind the clouds. 9/14/13. 28mm f2.8 30 seconds iso 400 or 800.  Cassiopeia. 50mm; f1.7; 65 x 10 second images; iso 1600. 9/25/2013  Cassiopeia. 50mm; f1.7; 90 x 8 second images; iso 3200. 9/11/2015  Sun behind the clouds.  Full moon on Friday the 13th June 2013. Next time this happens ... 2049.  Lightning shot from the back porch.  Lightning shot from the front porch.  Lightning behind the clouds. From back porch.  Rainbow over Campbelltown.  Cassiopeia. 50mm; f1.7; 100 x 6 second images; iso 3200. 9/11/2015  Cassiopeia and Andromeda. 44 images 10 second exposures 28mm f2.8 iso3200. Cherry Springs State Park. 9/17/15  Milky Way. Cherry Springs State Park.  Milky Way after applying white balance. Cherry Springs State Park.  Pleiades rising. Single image. Cherry Springs State Park.  Vega is the bright star over the roof.  Andromeda Galaxy. 65 light frames at 8 seconds; 50mm f1.7 iso 3200. Game Lands 145.  The constellation Cygnus. 23 light frames at 10 seconds; 50mm f1.7 iso 3200. Game Lands 145.  Looking toward Cygnus. 23 light frames at 25 seconds. 14mm f2.8 iso 6400. State Game Lands 145.  Milky Way as seen from the dam breast at Little Pine State Park. Lycoming County, PA.  Photo taken from the breast of the dam at Little Pine State Park. f 2.8; ISO 6400; 25 seconds. 11/4/16  The moon a few days after the full  Setting full moon.