In the amateur astronomy community, there’s a curse that affects anyone who gets a new telescope. What’s the curse? Immediate and prolonged clouds or otherwise unsuitable weather for viewing the sky. Having recently got a new camera lens to take photos of the Milky Way, I’ve been subjected to the same curse. The day the lens came, cloudy. The next day, cloudy. The day after I saw a couple of specs of light in the sky but still cloudy.
Here it is and the weekend is almost over and I still haven’t tried out my lens.