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Judy aka L@dybug (Brooksville, FL, United States) on 19 September 2011 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio.

...but I was happy to get it before it totally cleared the trees. I used my tripod, but forgot to use my remote control. ;(

SONY DSLR-A100 1/8 second F/13.0 ISO 400 450 mm (35mm equiv.)

January 1st is around the corner, along with an end to my daily posts, at least for now.
Dementia is so debilitating and Hubby needs more of my time.


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Mhelene from Paris, France

Wow ! A very creative framing ! Beautiful !

19 Sep 2011 8:04am

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

This is lovely,looks like James and the Giant Peach!:)

19 Sep 2011 8:24am

@tyan: I love your teacher's view of things. ;D

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

It's not as easy as it looks is it? I found taking shots of a full moon fraught with all sorts of exposure problems, we forget how bright the thing is.

19 Sep 2011 10:20am

@Curly: You're right, Curly ... it is truly a bright subject! ;D

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

A gorgeous harvest moon Judy! Even the best of us have an off day and apparently the mind is the second thing to go! Nicely captured! ;-)

19 Sep 2011 11:26am

@Eric Cousineau: Thanks, Eric ... the shot could certainly have been sharper, but ............ ;D

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

I saw this moon but wasn't prepared. You were and you got a great shot of it, Judy! This is wonderful, even without a remote.

19 Sep 2011 11:46am

@Viewfinder: Thanks so much, Glenn .....

Twojays from South Central Montana, United States

I too let this wopper of a golden moon just do it's thing without my camera recording it, but sure like this interesting view with its accompanying silhouette of tree branches. Thanks for posting Judy.

19 Sep 2011 1:56pm

@Twojays: Thank you, Joyce, for your comment. It's not the best photo, but I was pleased to capture something. ;D

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

I like the golden tones. We have had clouds the last few nights so no views. The leaves are a nice addition.

19 Sep 2011 4:29pm

@B. Thomas: Thanks ... it's not the best shot, but ... ;D

franz from Baden, Austria

i've tried so many times to "capture" the moon and have never had a remotely similar amout of success! my compliments!

19 Sep 2011 7:16pm

@franz: Thank you, Franz ... it's such a mixture of aperture and shutter speed.

Tim from Ft. Worth, United States

nice shot of the beauty of the lunar scape :) nice pov with the branches!

19 Sep 2011 7:25pm

@Tim: Thank you, Tim. ;D

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Fabulous job Judy - this is superb!!! Wow do you have a teleconvertor or a 600 mm lens? Great stuff here!!

19 Sep 2011 7:27pm

@Denny Jump Photo: Thanks, Denny ... I only have a 75-300 zoom that converts to a 450mm. ;p

Susan from Pompano Beach, by Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

That's some oddly shaped moon !!!! Looks like a giant egg ! Love the detail in the moons......

19 Sep 2011 10:26pm

@Susan: Thanks, Susan ... and yes, it was a really oddly-shaped moon. ;D

Sandy Weston from Maine, United States

Judy....I am impressed....something I still can't seem to master very well! I love the color and the fact that the trees are there holding on to it ;)

20 Sep 2011 12:07am

@Sandy Weston: Thank you, Sandy ... I was so upset when I realized I hadn't used my remote. ;(

Loner from Wörgl, Austria

A very nice image !

21 Sep 2011 3:51pm

@Loner: Thank you.

1/8 second
ISO 400
450 mm (35mm equiv.)