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Carrock Fell Sessions under the amazing Orion Nebula.
© Marc Langley, Mar 2021
Problem: Arrowhead (V3)
Climbers: Hannah Mitchell
Camera used: Nikon Z6!! and Profoto B1X Lights
Date taken: 18th March 2021
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Err, Orion nebula - I presume you're talking about the one in the sword - seems to have slipped below the fell horizon - oops :-)
Michael Hood - 11/Apr/21Report
Hi Michael. Many thanks for your comments. O right, what's that massive bright object to the left of the Orion Belt?
Marc Langley - 11/Apr/21Report
That's Sirius (the Dog Star), the brightest star in the sky. Procyon up and left; the red star in Orion is Betelgeuse; and Aldebaran (another red star) is just poking into the top right side of the picture.
John Stainforth - 11/Apr/21Report
Shows the redness of Betelgeuse really well (red giant). What length exposure, and 1 or 2 (without climber) exposures?
Michael Hood - 12/Apr/21Report
Very cool. After you flashed did you have the climber move out of frame or is it a composite? Lovely shot either way :)
Señor Último - 14/Apr/21Report
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