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The Sky

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The sky offers endless potential for photography. Ever-changing cloud formations and spectacular colours are available as primary subjects, or as backdrops for other subjects.

Capturing atmospheric effects, like lightning, or heavenly bodies, like the moon, planets and stars, present challenges which usually require more specialised photographic equipment and techniques.

DIG members investigated what opportunities the sky presented for their digital cameras. A sample of the results is shown below.
Cloud Colours
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org

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Joan Curtis
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Mary Daly
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Robin Ireland
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Bernadette Abbott
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Mavis Fitzgibbon
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Pam Donnet
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Pam Boyle
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Diane Reddy
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Margaret Barnett
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Vijay Balachandran
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Mary Blount
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Dorothy Durney
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Ken McRae
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Maria Gonzalez