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Dive Site Right Mud Flats at Sunset
Star Trails Facing North At Porteau Cove These are 30 second exposures stacking in photoshop. There are 75 images here so about 37 and a half minutes. (It's actually longer because there is a gap between one image ending and the next starting. The bright stars on the right are the handle of the big dipper.

You can see a single shooting star in this image.

John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2019 to 2005 > December 2015 > Star Trails Facing North At Porteau Cove

Looking South Over Ferry Jetty This is a shorter exposure than North - 72 exposures, roughly 36 minutes. I thought the glow from the city would be worse than this, but the city is around the corner with a mountain in the way.

You can see some airplanes near the horizon - they are likely going to YVR. You can also see that the equator is roughly in this image - the south pole is well over the horizon.

John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2019 to 2005 > December 2015 > Looking South Over Ferry Jetty

Dive Site Right

I'm not sure who is coming out of the water - there were multiple dive groups. This is a view up Howe Sound (thats Sqamish up there), with the Sea to Sky highway on the right.
John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Scuba Diving > Porteau Cove > Dive Site Right

Mud Flats at Sunset

This is looking across Sechelt Inlet.

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Porpoise Bay, Sechelt > Mud Flats at Sunset