Last night I could not resist trying for an improved photograph of the comet Neowise.
I felt this would be a “historic” photograph for the garden, so the camera is pointing straight down the middle of the back garden. I ramped up the ISO to 6,400, opened the lens to f4 and held the shutter open for 17 seconds. This time gave me the most pleasing photo.
Strangely, the comet was more difficult to see with the naked eye last night although I think the photograph is better.
It is just as well we don’t have comets too frequently because I do not think I could cope with going to bed at 1 a.m. on a regular basis.