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Comet Neowise

This month I have been on a quest: To capture a photo of the comet “C / 2020 F3” – also known as NEOWISE.

However, it proved harder than first imagined. The first night I could see the comet clearly and, following advice from experts on TV, I planned to photograph NEOWISE around 3-4 AM. As the clocked passed 3 AM I noticed the comet getting fainter in the sky.

The morning sky was beautiful and I took some photos of the sun rising above Bornholm’s landscapes.

On July 18 I ventured out a little after midnight and joined a fellow photographer for a final attempt at getting a good shot of the comet. This time we had more luck.

And as the sun starting to rise the morning sky transformed into a beautiful vista of colours.

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