Thursday, February 5, 2009

Looking at the Sky on Friday: Catching the Moon in Broad Daylight


Be sure to click on the photo for an awesome enlargement.

Waxing gibbous moon, 75% of full on a clear, sunny day.

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carol g said...

Hi from Sacramento... thanks for stopping by my blog earlier. I love the simplicity of your photo. I can't quite describe the way in which the moon draws you into the sky. Awesome.

June said...

I took this picture just a day or so before you...mine just a bit less full.

WillThink4Wine said...

Like I always say, there is no such thank as a bad Moon! Only I don't know the technical names.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I'm envious that your skies are so clear. Our skies have been mostly overcast lately.

Dianne said...

the enlargement is awesome! I love the way you framed it

ellen b. said...

I always look twice when I see the moon in a pretty blue sky. Nice shot. have a great weekend.

Mo said...

Great shot! Thanks for sharin' it, and have a wonderful weekend!

Serena said...

that cobalt sky is amazing

Sandra Carvalho said...

I love moon pics!
That's a great capture.

Jientje said...

I love moon pictures, but somehow I always forget to take them myself!

Gayle said...

I wish I could take moon shots like that. Nicely done.

Tink *~*~* said...

Moon shots are my fave! How much zoom did you use? Excellent shot!

Tink *~*~*
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Terri said...

Tink, the zoom was at 200 (maximum). Thanks! I was surprised at the detail it captured in the moon.

gwenlyn said...! Still have the phoms!

Crazy Working Mom said...

Moon shots are amazing, and so hard to capture. You've done it nicely. :)

Thanks so much for playing along,
Tisha of Looking @ The Sky on Friday

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