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Brian Post's Night Shots Photo Gallery

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The summit of Mount Washington with city lights visible in the valley and on horizon. This exposure was several hours long to record the movement of the stars.

View of the Observatory tower at night. The white and red lights on the deck are from weather observation work.

The Observatory's tower at night with city light of Quebec lighting up the horizon and one hour long "startrails" in the sky.

Looking towards the Lion's Head ridge from the Hermit Lake area in Tuckerman Ravine. This is a one hour exposure.

Long exposure from Lakes of the Clouds hut towards Mount Washington summit, NH.

Mount Madison and Adams can be seen in this four hour exposure from a field in Randolph, NH.

Cannon Cliff in Franconia Notch, NH.

Aurora Borealis from the summit of Mount Washington over the Northern Presidential Range.

View from the summit towards North Conway and the Maine coast. The bright lights are ski areas and road traffic.

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