Yes, I imaged these from my backyard. This one is a stack of several images taken over about 1 hour.
TV Libra was imaged using the same equipment, but done as 3 groups taken about 1 hour apart Each group of three was then stacked into one image, and then the resulting three images were compiled as an animation using Photoshop CS2. I cheated only in as much as I assumed the light curve would be symmetrical. So, I complied the animation as 1,2,3,3,2,1. There was a lot of processing needed to balance out the light pollution gradients that is why there is still some 'twinkling' in the other stars. the varying light pollution gradient is because the process needed to be started when the star was reasonably low toward the horizon, and finished when it was nearing the meridian (highest point). Sorry if this is a bit technical, but I'm leaving a lot out as it is
Actually, I find that quite interesting. I was wondering why the other stars were twinkling and that explains it. I hadn't even considered tracking until just now. For some reason I was thinking it was a layering of several pictures taken at relatively short intervals, but the 6+ hour pulse cycle mentioned in the other thread should have clued me in. I also really like that the colors are relatively true, bringing out the variety of color in the cosmos.