Subject: Nauset Light by moonlight
Exposure: 90 seconds
Processing: Color balance, brightness, contrast and saturation adjusted in Adobe Photoshop 6.0
Lens: Nikon 24mm @ f/2.8
Mount: Fixed tripod
Film: 35mm Fujichrome Provia 400F
Location: Nauset Lighthouse. Eastham, Massachusetts
Date: January 12, 2003
Comments: The bowl stars of The Big Dipper(Ursa Major) can be seen rising behind the distant trees to the right of the lighthouse while Polaris(the North Star) and The Little Dipper(Ursa Minor) is seen above and left of the overexposed lamp housing.
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