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someGuyinmasset on November 6, 2011
((Ospr3y)) on November 6, 2011

And I thought it was bacteria. :D

So cool.

diannemcd on November 6, 2011

Well here we go again....another song title "Blue Moon"

diannemcd on November 6, 2011

I think it is a baloon...

Norrel on November 6, 2011

My sun usually is yellow. I looked very hard, but couldn't find any spots in it.

diannemcd on November 6, 2011

Norrel you get the sun spots on your skin....

Norrel on November 6, 2011

We call that a suntan, Dianne ;-)

☆E@GLE☆ on November 6, 2011

It's the end of the world!! The sun is blue!!

someGuyinmasset on November 6, 2011

Thanks liam, Dianne, Norrel and Evan.

It's a giant hydrogen balloon Dianne.

Are you sure you were looking at the sun Norrel and not a streetlight on your way home from the pub?

Don't worry Evan, this is the normal winter colour for the sun up in Canada, that's why it gets so cold here.

Itallica on November 6, 2011

and i thought it was floaters in your eyeball

Ritva Astikainen on November 6, 2011

.. ok I red your link more carefully ;) sunspots!

like 5 then

kamalyn on November 7, 2011

How rare! Once in a Blue Sun ;)

Scorched Earth Photo… on November 7, 2011

Yur gonna go blind Guy !

Lloyd. B on November 7, 2011

Here's my ''Someguysguess'' Photo taken through a microscope len's, dont no what the black spot's are?

BritPlom on November 7, 2011

A nice sun shot!

What filter did you use?

Like

Greetings, François

Hattie and gary on November 7, 2011

Something else will make you blind anyway thats what my mom told me when she caught. But on the other hand its a pretty color of blue whatever it is we like it here in Ohio,(but would you Keep it up there puhleeze?) we get skeered easy God Bless

someGuyinmasset on November 7, 2011

Thanks for checking it out Tery, Ippa, stathiskouts, kamalyn, Waldo, Lloyd, Francois and Hattie.

That was almost the title kamalyn.

Only in one eye, Waldo.

Lloyd, Gary, my first comment has a link.

Francois, I used a 9step plus a 2 step ND, and really that isn't enough at 300mm the sun was still too bright in the viewfinder I ended up seeing more spots than there really was :)

Cal Kimola Brown on November 7, 2011

LOL, I didn't know they named sun spots!

BritPlom on November 8, 2011

Thanks for your reply!

What you did is dangerous for your eyes...and posibly the camera if you stay to long pointing to the sun.

An add on possibility is to place a cap in front of the lens, with a little hole off center, for example with a 25mm diameter (Plus your ND filters)

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  • Uploaded on November 6, 2011
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    by someGuyinmasset
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D90
    • Taken on 2011/11/05 12:16:27
    • Exposure: 0.000s (1/4000)
    • Focal Length: 270.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/32.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: -0.50 EV
    • No flash

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