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Moon loosing water

Posted by konrad___far_north (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 27, 07 at 23:18

Picture from Sunday
This is how I remember the moon, mostly tilt like this and loosing water!
Kt, you have explained it on your thread...thank you!

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at PhotobucketOh...there is a guess in this picture, what is the blurry part?

Konrad


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RE: Moon loosing water

Pussy willows?
Very nice shot, framed beautiful, whatever they are!
JoanMN/FL


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Ice crystals on grass, or blooms on a fruit tree.

Nice photo. That is a rising moon. When it is setting in that phase, it will be reversed, or upside down from that photo.

Kt


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Joan.....Yes, you got it!
KT, I'm not sure if there is any growing in you area, if not, it's almost impossible to figure it out.

Now you can see a bit of the blurry moon.
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But....the setting moon is still loosing water
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I have never seen any growing here, but have seen some in flower arrangments.

Excellent moon shot!! How did you get such detail??

Kt


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Thanks KT!
Pusswillows are more of a cooler climate shrub or tree.
For good details on moon I used my birding lens, a 70 - 200 mm IS and a 2X converter,
which brings it up to 400 mm, of coarse a larger zoom, like 600 or 800 mm would be better but
these lenses are about 3 X more money.
Konrad


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Both moon shots are good. Like the pussywillows too.


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