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Sleeping Satellite

The moon has been close and bright these last few frosty nights. Last night, as the cloud and rain of the day faded away, I opened the skylight and pointed my camera straight up.

It took a while to get the right exposure - much faster than I would have guessed.

Full Moon

December 2008's full moon, in a clear sky over London.

Slight crop from a larger picture.

Putney, London
December 2008

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megadog
Dec. 14th, 2008 12:29 pm (UTC)
Many lunar photographers fall into the "low radiance - long exposure is necessary" trap, forgetting that the moon - though a long way off - is actually moving rather rapidly!
wema_way
Dec. 20th, 2008 10:03 pm (UTC)
And what -was- the right exposure?

J
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