By Merritt Adams
I finally managed to get a reasonably good shot of the comet over the Mission.
It is a single exposure of 8 seconds at f 5.6 and ISO 4000. The lens was a Canon 70-200 MM lens set at 88 MM.
nice composition, maybe try stacking images to get the mission properly exposed as well
This is a sign of the need for peace and the movement in time and with space that just is wonderful to observe--not bad, nor good but inspiring. Thanks for sharing that moment in time. This is a keeper!
The Mission these days is "overexposed" to misguided maniacs falling through their own darkness. Pun
and metaphor intended.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I love the exposure, very striking!