All of these images are Jpegs, and I try to keep all of them around 100K in size. Most people still connect to the net using 28.8 or slower modems. For every "good" picture I have here, there are 50 more in my "garbage file". Murphy's law rules supreme during any astrophotography attemp.

This page last modified Spetember 29, 1997

- click on the image for a larger, 150K jpeg. Cygnus and the North American Nebula. 50mm Nikkor at F2.8, Byers Cam-Track, Kodak elite II 400 ISO film. Taken at StarFest on August 6, 1997.

Comet Hale-Bopp - taken on hypered Kodak tech pan, 3 min exposure, 135mm F2.8 lens. Photographed on the London Centre's Fingal Observing site. March 27, 1997

Comet Hale-Bopp - taken on Tmax 400, unhypered, 6 min exposure, on a Mamyia C330, 80mm lens, F2.8, from the farm near Granton, Ontario. April 9, 1997

Comet Hale-Bopp - taken with Fuji Sensia 400 slide film, Nikon EM, 135mm F2.8 telephoto, about 4 min exposure. Taken tuesday, March 18, 1997.

The Summer Milky Way - taken during StarFest of August, 1996, Mt. Forest, Ontario. Scotchchrome 1600, 50mm F1.4 nikkor, exposure unrecorded.

Serpens Cauda

Jupiter & the Milky Way


Comet Hyakutake

London Centre, RASC

London Centre, RASC, at Starfest, August of 1996

Scutum Star Cloud

...Murphy flies a plane...

ORION - a nice wide angle winter shot

Comet Hale-Bopp - 135mm F2 lens, 4 min on hypered tech pan. Taken March 11, 1997 About 90K size image.

A 260K portriat of, Tom Bopp, co-discoverer of Hale-Bopp, taken in London, Ont February, 1997

A wonderful picture of M31 taken by my friend William Iden of Gibbons, B.C...

A series of six 100K jpegs of the lunar eclipse of March 23, 1997