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    Once again this is a redo and some out there may have seen the original version.

    This shot took some perseverance.
    sunset day 1. shot a pano with a 24mm lens, during that shoot I could see that in 2 days time the full moon would be in position to be included as an element of the shot.

    Day 2 sunset, practice for day 3, found a point of view and a focal length that would bring the moon right into the shot but still had the lone tree as the dominate point of interest.

    Day 3 sunset (day of the shot) luckily it was again a beautiful clear sky.
    11 shot stitch at 125mm

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    1. hhugo2 29 months ago | reply


    2. NikonStone (on and off) 29 months ago | reply

      Pure art! Congrats on Explore.

    3. davidharris518 29 months ago | reply

      beautiful picture.

    4. T. Zumbiehl 29 months ago | reply

      This is absolutely fabulous. Congrats.

    5. benpearse 29 months ago | reply

      Such a beautiful scene and well worth the time invested, great shot!

    6. gred. 29 months ago | reply

      Love those soft colours and the painting like result, lovely moody tree

    7. bugeyed_G 29 months ago | reply

      Love this shot!

    8. ivan the fox 28 months ago | reply

      Just simply gorgeous!

    9. YourCCDA 28 months ago | reply

      Very strong composition with fantastic tones ... I like it !
      thx 4 sharing
      Canal de l'Ourcq

    10. stevenpng 28 months ago | reply

      Brilliant works!

    11. Bernardo Möller 26 months ago | reply

      Great negative space. Really like your style.

    12. Chris Delle 25 months ago | reply

      Simply gorgeous

    13. Alechs9 16 months ago | reply

      Yes! Very well done compo.. fantastica!

    14. Da-Ka 15 months ago | reply

      amazing composition!

    15. Colskier1 11 months ago | reply

      Very very pleasing light and tones!!

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