Welcome to another edition of ‘A Brief Look At My Flickr Photos’. I will review some of the photos I uploaded to Flickr during the past month. For each photo I will share the following information:
- Date & Time
- Camera Settings
In a nutshell, I hope these posts will not only help you to appreciate some of my Flickr photos, but will hopefully also assist you in becoming a better photographer yourself.
Now, let’s get started by reviewing some of my Flickr photos I uploaded in September 2021, shall we?
- Subject: Sun With AR 2863, 2864, 2866, 2868 and 2869
- Location: Mechelen, Belgium
- Date & Time: September 8th 2021 – 12:44 LT
- Equipment: Canon EOS 7D Mk II | Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM | Lowepro Flipside 400 AW
- Camera Settings: 400mm | 1/400s | f/8.0 | ISO100
- Comments: The Sun as seen through a Mylar filter, designed for solar observing. Clearly visible in this picture are five NOAA AR (Active Region): AR 2863, 2864, 2866, 2868 and 2869. The two biggest Active Regions are AR 2866 (lower left side) (15 sunspots) and AR 2868 (lower right side) (14 sunspots). The sunspot number is 85. In the past five years I have never seen so many sunspots on the solar surface so it is becoming more and more obvious that the solar activity is gradually increasing.
That concludes this episode. I hope you enjoyed reading.
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