PanSTARRS from Kirkland (300mm)

Comet PanSTARRS from Kirkland

March 30th was reminiscent a summer evening, and perfect for viewing comet PanSTARRS from the water's edge at David E Brink Park in Kirkland. Each photo was created from a stack of 15 to 25, 0.6 second exposures at ISOs 4000 and 2500 respectively using a Nikon D4. The comet was behind those lower clouds by 10:30pm.

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