Each night the moon and the sun play their usual game of hide and seek as day turns into night. The moon is half right now but still as vibrant as ever. It has been beckoning me to take a closer look. The moon’s glow spills down entering my soul and comforts me with an old and wise tale. It reminds me that it has known all of my ancestors and that like me, they too appreciated the moon’s beauty and wonder.
The following photos were taken last night and tonight.
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The last picture is my favorite, but the whole series is incredible. You should come out with a coffee table book of your photography – they’re really hot right now 🙂
Breathtaking fotos with good selected captures. I just follow you, otherwise I would do it now:)
Beautiful photos. Especially the last one…the sky looks painted….. Thanks for the follow!
You are welcome. Glad you like the photos. 🙂
Nice pics! I have never been able to get a good shot of the moon. It always comes out to blurry.
You have to use a tripod with either a remote clicker or a timer.
Moon shots are tough, these look good.
Thanks so much Cliff. 🙂
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The last one is definitely my favourite. It’s breathtaking.
Thanks a lot. 🙂 Glad you like that one.
Thanks! The moon makes a great model. 🙂 🙂 🙂
Really awesome close-ups! What kind of lens are you using for these? The tripod tip with timer was helpful, I might just have to try it out! 🙂
I used a Nikon 55mm-200mm lens. Thanks!
Wow great pictures! Do you do a lot of post processing?
Not really. Sometimes I do. It depends. Thanks for your visit. Come back!
Thank you for the comment. Glad you find the site interesting. I do have other photos of PM which I will be putting up. The next few blogs will be about â€sea and shipsâ€™ with a few comments and photos about Zepherine McLaren who recently passed away.
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