Aviation Photo #2252826: De Havilland (Australia) DH-82A Tiger Moth - Untitled


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  • Philip B Hosking
    Untitled
    De Havilland (Australia) DH-82A Tiger Moth
    De Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moth
    De Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moth
    De Havilland
    DHA160
    VH-AUZ
    A17-159
    Hindmarsh Island
    South Australia
    Australia
    April 9, 2013
  • 168

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#2252826
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April 19, 2013
Caption
After many attempts at trying to do gain this effect, I had moderate success with this one time where I exposed the stars above this beautifully restored Tiger Moth on Hindmarsh Island for a mere 20 minutes. Note the visibility of those celestial clouds and the Milky Way. Shortly there after those dreaded clouds came from nowhere to cease all further attempts during the same night. But alas, I don't give up that easily. Watch this space for the next attempt.
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1024px

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Comments (12)

Anonymous
3 years ago
Beautiful and inspirational pic. I love the Tiger and admire the stars. Trying is worth while!
Anonymous
3 years ago
What a fantastic photo. Not only the iconic Tiger Moth but, the spiral of stars that seem to draw you in. Love it. Many Thanks. SoJo
Anonymous
3 years ago
Amazing and instant PC! Great job!!! Tony
Anonymous
3 years ago
Simply amazing!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Love the stars! Best regards, Walter
Anonymous
3 years ago
Excellent photography!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Excellent attempt Phil and thanks for using your comments and explanation. A true photographer's photographer.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Wow, this picture somehow reminded me reading "The Little Prince"! Excellent work!
Anonymous
3 years ago
I wouldn't be kicking myself to hard on this one. Nice shot.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Dear Philip, I appreciate your effort to create this arttistic image. Like time tunnel is opened to take the plane back,I know she like to return to her previous life too. (Babak T)
Anonymous
3 years ago
A new spin on an airplane photo. Just repeat it with an SR-71 and it will be perfect.
Anonymous
3 years ago
How wonderful to see something artistic on a.net this is one of my favorite types of photography