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Clear South Is Skies Capture Comet McNaught Glory

Your Images: Clear South Island Skies Capture Comet McNaught's Glory

Your Images: Robert Tsai, a Canadian visiting New Zealand and Australia, was in Kaiteriteri, South Island, New Zealand on the evening of Friday, January 19 and took this breathtaking shot of Comet McNaught. Robert writes: "It was shot on a Nikon D200 with 70-200mm VR lens set at 155mm. Exposure was 30 seconds at F4 using ISO 200!"


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