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Sirius & Canopus from New Mexico (35mm 5DII).jpg
Sirius (at top), the brightest star in the sky, and Canopus (above the trees), the scond brightest star in the sky, as seen from southern New Mexico. From a latitude of +33° Canopus just clears the tops of the trees. This is a stack of 2 x 2 minute exposures with the 35mm lens at f/2.8 and Canon 5D MkII at ISO 1600.