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moon

By jany
Beautiful night last night, so had another go at this wonderful neighbour of ours.

Tags: General Moon

Voters: mttmwilson, bigheart., Guitar_gilly and 6 more


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pentaxpete 15 685 1 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2005 12:25AM
There are far too many similar shots of the moon on the site already,and as it always has the same face turned towards the Earth you cannot get anything different.Technically good, of course.
bigheart. 16 9 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2005 12:34AM
Takeing shots of the moon, isn't as easy as you would think. so you get my click
Steve
Guitar_gilly 16 75 England
26 Mar 2005 12:35AM
Always nice to see the moon! click

Josh
Goatsmilkuk 15 783
26 Mar 2005 12:38AM
I don't think there are too many shots of the Moon on this site ( women with their kit off, too many more like)

Nice shot like the exposure

Stu

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To Pentaxpete...
Plus there are 29 days in a Lunar month + libration so you can get something different by using the terminator line, earthshine, lunar eclipse, etc
damianlinley 15 10
26 Mar 2005 1:11AM
Well said goatsmilkuk, Whatever stage the moon is at, it is always beautiful and is worth photographing at any oppertunity. Well taken, spot on exposure
click
Damian
26 Mar 2005 3:50AM
Much better than my shot tonight. The moon is always beautiful when full. I am looking out my window now and it is shining brightly. Well captured.
Lorraine
starside 16 218
26 Mar 2005 5:24AM
Very nice. Did oyu use a telescope for this shot?

Paul
jany 17 94 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2005 12:31PM
Thanx for all your comments, Paul, yes I did use a telescope, a Meade 90ETX.
I agree there is always alot of moon shots on this site but hey 1 more wont hurt Smile
janine
starman1 17 61 United States
14 Nov 2005 5:38PM
Hi There!

Discovered this one tonight, surprised I missed it, a most excellent capture of a difficult subject....Two thumbs up and a CLICK!

Dewey
tepot 16 4.4k United Kingdom
2 Jan 2006 7:56AM
Hi Jany...how do you find the ETX 90 for planets and star clusters? i was thinking of buying one but wondered if it was big enough?

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