Awesome Sun Photos From His Backyard By Alan Friedman

Friedman uses a telescope he calls "Little Big Man." The stargazer sets up the telescope for high-magnification shooting. A camera replaces the eyepiece of the telescope. Bing Quock, assistant director of the Morrison Planetarium at the California Academy of Sciences, is a fan. In an email to Yahoo News, Quock called his work “superb,” adding, “His photos are creative, artistic, and absolutely gorgeous…it’s amazing how much detail is contained in each one.” (©Alan Friedman/avertedimagination.com)

Friedman uses a telescope he calls “Little Big Man.” The stargazer sets up the telescope for high-magnification shooting. A camera replaces the eyepiece of the telescope. Bing Quock, assistant director of the Morrison Planetarium at the California Academy of Sciences, is a fan. In an email to Yahoo News, Quock called his work “superb,” adding, “His photos are creative, artistic, and absolutely gorgeous…it’s amazing how much detail is contained in each one.” (©Alan Friedman/avertedimagination.com)

Alan Friedman, an amateur photographer, took pictures of the Sun from his backyard  in Buffalo, New York.

The pictures were taken using a camera at the eyepiece of his telescope.

He called his telescope “Little Big Man.”

It is so awesome how he could get such beautiful pictures from his backyard.

By the way, here are more photos of the Sun by Alan Friedman ….

(Please click the photos for larger images)

4 thoughts on “Awesome Sun Photos From His Backyard By Alan Friedman

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