After importing that picture back into Lightroom, in the edit menu of Photoshop, taking the original pictures, I then auto blended them into a stack which gave a different perspective to the star trails. This picture also was re-imported into Lightroom.
Back on Gooseberry, the clouds cleared over the South-Southwest and the Milky Way was visible and I created a four image, and a three image panorama to show the beauty of the Milky Way over the island.
|Milky Way three image Panorama|
|Milky Way four image panaorama|
Because the clouds seem to be reoccurring and covering the stars, I left Gooseberry, but did stop at Westport Harbor and take a picture of the harbor with the stars above it.
The weatherman are forecasting partly cloudy to cloudy skies tonight. They were wrong last night, so maybe they'll be wrong tonight. I will be back out at Gooseberry, starting at 10 o'clock to take more pictures of the Milky Way, and then the Orionoids meteor shower. Hopefully!
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