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Saturday, 27 July 2013

Moonlight



I should have gone to bed, but I have been sitting in the back garden trying to photograph the moon and the clouds, which are particularly beautiful tonight. Something quite relaxing about waiting for clouds to get in the right position. There really is not much you can do but sit and wait.  

Hubby is sitting indoors, but telling me I won't be able to get a good close up without a tripod. "Back seat photographers" is what I say with derision!



22 comments:

  1. Beautiful photographs. No backseat photgraphers needed :))

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  2. Those clouds have an eerie look to them. I usually use the tripod for moon shots but I've gotten a few good ones just by balancing the camera on my backyard deck railing too.

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  3. The first shot is my favorite! Yay for you. I would stay up late and ignore the back seat photographer too.

    Visiting from Weekly Top Shot.

    Robyn
    http://theranchwifechronicles.com/

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  4. The moon never changes but it is still a fascinating subject to photograph.

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  5. What great shots!! Beautiful!

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  6. These are amazing photos. I like the first one best. You must have a great camera. Here's Mine

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  7. Just as well you ignored your husband this time and persisted!
    Fabulous close ups - they look like professional shots :-)

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  8. Great captures of the clouds and moon, especially the close-up ... crisp and detailed :)

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  9. Wow...great shots.

    THANKS for sharing.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Saturday Snapshot

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  10. Wow!!! I love the mystery of the first two images... fantastic!

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  11. Spectacular photos of the moon! I love them!

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  12. What beautiful and eerie pictures of the moon!

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  13. What beautiful and eerie pictures of the moon!

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  14. what the eff? did you take that 3rd picture? that doesnt seem possible!!!

    *impressed*

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  15. I envy your lens! Moody and evocative shots.

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  16. Lovely shots, I'm glad that you ignored the backseat advice. That first shot is spooky.

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