Made a trip up to Guilderton north of Perth this afternoon to see if the sunset was going to turn out any good (it didn't, again) and to take some shots of the lighthouse up there: (click for bigger) Shot with D700, 14-24mm @ 14mm, F4 and 30 minutes exposure time. I lit up the lighthouse (yep you can see my shadow) with 2 full power manual firings of a SB-900 flash. I deliberately faced east with this shot, as I wanted to capture the lighthouse with the star trails on either side of the shot rotating around the different poles rather than the standard facing to the south with the southern celestial pole in the shot. I also took an additional shot with the lens wide open at F2.8 and cranked the ISO up to 6400 and this was the result: (click for bigger) I'm not quite sure what the 3 streaks are in the shot though, shooting stars maybe? C&C appreciated.