Sandal Castle moonlight at dawn 2

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    A spur of the moment decision to call off at Sandal Castle on the way to work to get some shots of the recent full moon. It had been low in the sky and partially hidden by cloud the previous night but I was shattered after work and my good friend Val Policella was waiting for me when I got in so passed up on the photo opportunity. These are not the best as I was in a rush the moon was playing hard to focus on.

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    1. SheilaMink 29 months ago | reply

      A fascinating way to see the beauty of the scene!

    2. victor98_2001 29 months ago | reply

      excellent shot

    3. rumiko-kyoto 29 months ago | reply

      I like this shot!!

    4. littlestschnauzer 29 months ago | reply

      Good for are on Flickr Blog, front page of Flickr as Moon that my mast I see in the background !! Well done Paul!

    5. thesquareart 29 months ago | reply

      Very very very nice moon landscape. There one moon yet thousand can see it so many different ways.

    6. hobbitcamera 29 months ago | reply

      Excellent capture.

    7. harrypwt 29 months ago | reply

      great compo and momentum .....

      half moon between branches

    8. Paul Curnin 29 months ago | reply

      Thank you all for your views comments and favourites

    9. stevenbulman44 29 months ago | reply

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    11. emen49 29 months ago | reply

      This excellent picture was seen on

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