January 23, 2014
Seeing the Moon Makes Any Day Special
image by Göran Strand, Frösön, Sweden
This morning I went out to watch the Moon set behind the mountains. It was a beautiful cold winter morning and the Sun was just about to rise. It was a bit cloudy down by the horizon, so this shot was the last one where the Moon was clearly visible, later it vanished into the distant clouds.
2014-01-21, 08:05:00 (UT). Nikon D800E + 600mm/f4; 4 x 1/750 sec. ISO 1000. The image is a mosaic of four exposures.
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Tomorrow's LPOD: Nicely Centered Impact