Solargraph - Summer Solstice
Taken by Jan Koeman on June 20, 2017 @ Middelburg, the Netherlands
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Happy Summer solstice! High time to open your solarcan. With a piece of photographic light sensitive paper you can make a picture of the movement of the sun along the sky from summer to winter solstice. A photograph with a single exposure time of 6 months!Just take an empty beercan and pin a hole to make a pinhole lens.
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Nice images! Congrats!
Posted by Olivér Nagy 2017-06-20 14:21:54
Any possibility that you are catching full moons on there also?
Posted by cmharms2 2017-06-21 20:40:15
The moon / full moon is too weak to record. It will always be overexposed by the bright sunlight.
Posted by jankoeman 2017-06-22 02:36:55
25 thumbs up
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