Perseids 2004 - who's shooting?


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roygoh

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sehsuan said:
roy, i'm looking for a suggestion of a local location to shoot, not more info... :p
Oops...How about some place high altitude but less light polution...such as Bukit Timah Hill? I am just making a wild guess...hopefully this will invite better suggestions from the rest.

If you plan to visit Seattle next week I can suggest some other locations... :D
 

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Seattle? OMG... you sponsor me, i go :D

actually, i was thinking of somewhere around woodlands... but exactly, where?

defu sounds like a good idea though... but the potential of having dogs having a feast doesn't sound too nice an idea... besides, they can't figure out the use of a tripod or monopod.... :p
 

Einstein

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Woohoo didnt know there are guys here into astronomy as well. Singapore's light pollution is quite bad so long exposure's are hard.
 

leeter

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haha... i am into it too, and i know quite afew others that are into photography are into astronomy too !! hehee...... Puggol area seems nice to star graze (photography) too !! :)
 

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I think the biggest problem would be light pollution, maybe you should camp out in ubin or one of the offshore islands :)
 

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