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I’m reasonably certain anyone wanting their fill of Apollo 11 has been thoroughly satisfied with the coverage of the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing. I vaguely remember it but — as I’ve mentioned before — to my then 16-year-old … Continue reading
Last month, on a clear night, next to a gently lapping lake, the moon offered up a visual treat as it danced on the uneven water surface. I had a particular version of this image in mind . . . … Continue reading
I showed this photo in a previous post . . . That was hand-held and a week ago. Tonight, I went out and shot the moon (not the way that sounds) using my tripod. Very rarely do I use a … Continue reading
To some, it may look like I’m slacking off in my posting. Well, I’m here to tell you that once you retire, you’ll find time just slips through your fingers. Whereas I used to be able to do a lot … Continue reading
One of the reasons you can tell that it’s a lazy Sunday is that the titular post goes live on Monday. Oh, well . . . whatcha gonna do. Notice: photos of spiders later in this post. FYI, as usual, click … Continue reading
This is a really short post. Enjoy. Last night and tonight I stepped out again to shoot the moon. Again, hand-held and at 2000mm (83x zoom). This next shot is a stacked image from four sequential shots taken last … Continue reading