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brucemir

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Last night was very foggy from the melting snow and temperatures around 40 degrees. Here are some pics taken in my backyard. A few decent ones. Enjoy


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Man sweet pics! I can't believe how bright your 589nm and 593.5nm look :beer:

Nice job once again..
 

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The 473 and 589 are badass...
Every time I see pics it makes me almost wish I hadn't sold mine.
Nice shots. Keep it up!
 

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Nice! Those yellows are just awesome... and everything else is too.
Reminds me that I should get a 405nm, and better 445 and 638...
 
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:drool: this makes it hard not to spend all my tax $$ on lasers! Pictures/lasers look great nice work. I have two questions if you don't mind, are you using a diffraction grating to create the array? I have used them in physics class but we only used a 5mw red pointer lol. Also the house in the background... have any of your neighbors ever thought there was an alien invasion happening during one of your light shows lol.
 

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Thanks all! Mhemling, I used a fan diffraction grating from Dragonlasers on the shots. I have only photographed in my backyard twice , the other night in the snow and these in the fog so I don't know if my neighbors saw anything. I wanted to use my matrix diffraction gratings but the beams shined into my neighbors windows so I didn't use them. I was very careful to keep the beams on my fence. It would have been nice to shoot over thelasers over my fence for long beams but I am very paranoid about using my lasers outdoors, but as long as I don't point them in the air I should be ok
 

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Those are excellent pics! I have to say though, you had me do a double take for a different reason... those apartment buildings, exactly the same as my complex :crackup:
 
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but as long as I don't point them in the air I should be ok
With all the people aiming at planes lately I couldn't imagine what would happen if you aimed your last picture straight up in the air, I would love to see that but I don't want to be reading about you in next weeks news lol. And now I might have to add fan and matrix diffraction gratings to my upcoming purchases Thanks for the help and the great pics.
 

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damn i bet if you pointed those in the air , youd get a couple ufo's coming over to take a look .
 

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Hey IE, I live in a Town House complex, where we own our townhouse
 

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Everytime what you do is just pull out that yellow beam into my face.. :tsk: dont do it! hurts , like hell you know! /589nm emotions off..
 

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sinner, be prepared! when I shoot this weekend I will be using 589nm and 593.5nm with 473nm
 




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