Not much in the way of winter moons,
however, plenty of other moon images.
November Full Moon
For this week’s Celestial post I have focussed
on our satellite…the Moon
Moonset out our back door and through
the neighbour’s trees.
Blood moon or not clouds were
obscuring the shot that night.
One of my favourite moon images
Moonset behind the neighbours trees
as it came out of my camera.
My all time favourite moon image.
Handheld 500mm Sigma lens
on Nikon D90 or D7100
The final image coming from…
Moon setting behind neighbours trees.
Both images taken from
back (west facing) verandah.
This shot may have been captured
through a window
Sunrise..front (east) verandah.
Our nearest companion...
…in our universe.
As far as an astral photo was concerned
the first thing I thought of was the moon.
However, the moon is considered to be
a dead rock that only reflects the sun.
It does have an astral body
but life left it a long time ago.
My Nikon D90 captured this image
using a Sigma 50-500mm lens
Focal length: 500mm
My spelling of ‘apperture’ is considered
to be archaic by Wiktionary,
while other web-based spell checkers
are happy with the double ‘p’.