Now you have the lens to do this, am I right? :D Great photo!
Very nice Richard!
Were you forced to use a polarizer to keep the glare from blowing out your image?
Great detail. You can see the ridges and valley around the edges. Really cool.
I have an image of comet Hyakutake... Some where.....
I'll have to find it
Greetings Eva And Michael, Thanks for the comments on the moon shot. Yes Eva, I did get a new lens, a 70-200mm Canon lens for the Rebel XTI. It's going to take some getting used to for hiking shots. Thanks for remembering my dream. Michael, I thought I would have to shoot at a really slow shutter speed, but to my surprise, the shutter speed ended up like 1/300th of a second, so probably didn't need the tripod. Then I went to photoshop and cropped and resized. Kinda cool. Anyways, new toy to learn and the moon stays fairly still for me. Thanks for looking and taking the time to comment.
one world, one moon !
très belle foto! félicitation
Salutations MYMI, merci pour visiter la lune au-dessus de la photographie de Denver et de votre commentaire aimable. Je suis heureux vous l'ai aimé. Merci encore.
À la votre,
very nice photo I've found it ultimate photo galleries on www.licostars.com so many pictures extra large, high quality and very very interesting
Greetings Borantunc, Thanks for visiting and commenting. I will check out your suggestion. It was fun using regular camera stuff to get photos of the moon.
Nice! here find photo my friend.
Greetings Roberto, Thanks for visiting and commenting. I really enjoyed taking pictures of the moon. It did get in the way of sleep on many nights!!
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