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Moon rise over Newport,
NSW, Australia.

© Mikytz, Joel Tjintjelaar, and 275 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. sixty8panther 34 months ago | reply

    Wow, amazing. Someday when I can afford a digital SLR I will really photograph the moon.

    Moon & Sun

  2. forever--free [deleted] 34 months ago | reply


  3. Grandgi 33 months ago | reply

    Thank you for sharing!

  4. frank1556 33 months ago | reply

    Beautiful shot, very nice.

  5. joshevo5311 31 months ago | reply

    wow!! nice woooooo....

  6. lolwit 30 months ago | reply

    brilliant ''..
    what size lens did you use to get the moon ?

  7. EliutB 29 months ago | reply

    Sir I do like your photo, it is very well executed. Yet I hope you dont mind if I question you, at 1/500, iso 200, f/9 the moon is correctly exposed, yet the houses would be dark. I do understand that at 480mm the size of the moon would look like that, so yes no "photoshop shenanigans" still there is some HDR procesing somewhere. Also it is remarkable how good the "seeing" is at 480mm you should see all the polution in between.
    Anyway congrats for a very interesting image.

  8. Rafid Sadman Eesha 27 months ago | reply

    Supernatural :) :) :P Congratulations :) :)

  9. Ali Janjua 26 months ago | reply

    Amazing photograph, but i have the same question some "EliutB" has. How did you expose the moon and the buildings at the same time?

  10. Noel Kerns 26 months ago | reply

    He didn't Ali. It's not possible in one shot with the advertised exposure values and focal lengths.

  11. melm@r 25 months ago | reply

    that is a very good shot! i like it very much! go on commander!


  12. baabottini 24 months ago | reply

    awesome! really beautiful

  13. Liz Gonzalez 79 12 months ago | reply

    That's beautiful!

  14. ctuconn 11 months ago | reply

    Awesome, settings? So hard to get landscape and Moon!

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