Just like a sea of red, fancy a swim anyone
Lot to learn
Gaynor, 8am is ok for sunrise for me, moonrise suits me better. Out yesterday afternoon we had the sun setting while yhe full moon was rising,pretty spectacular
Birding is for everyone no matter how good or bad we are at it,enjoy it while you can
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Gaynor as you say its s no go for a single frame but not impossible on video panning through about 180 degrees maybe but I know nothing about fancy camera tricks. As it was a Wolf moon we did try howling at the local wolf pack but it must have been their night off, A good job we were on our own otherwise we might have been locked up for our own safety! !
Stunning Colours Gaynor, and currently sunrise will be around 08:00 - 08:07 for most of the UK.
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In reply to gaynorsl:
gaynorsl said:"Panning 180 degrees" Pete, now you can't fool me, you know more than you are letting on :- Just tried to find "degree" on keyboard and failed so no chance on the camera!!!
Not yet will sunrise be 07:00, though it does get light anytime soon after 07:30, weather permitting. 0007:00 sunrises will come around the latter half of February.
To get the degree symbol you need to locate the Character Map on the PC, or as I do, use the following key combination, by
OK, I need to get out more, I know, but it was a combination I used a lot at work, it was quicker using known keyboard combinations that keep seeking out the Character Map when compiling documents.
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