Full Moon Setting V by goldone

Taken at Stovepipe Wells Campground. The full moon setting. All the shots I took of the moon that morning were handheld, I was getting ready for a hike so didn’t have time to set up the tripod. I figured handheld I could adjust frame and zoom much quicker also taking rapid fire shots I had a good chance of getting some in good focus ;)!

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Sunrising Moon by GreggB

Here is one I was a bit lucky to capture, I have to admit.
I was waiting for a sunrise and the “good light”, and noticed this huge Moon setting behind the mountain. I zoomed in and shot the scene at 500mm (hence the giant size of the Moon’s surface). At first I really didn’t pay attention to the Moon because it was too high and too small, and I was after the entire mountain range, not just a fragment of it. But, with the Moon low and giant in size, and with some orang-y color in the mountain peaks the scene became more appealing to me. Now I think it’s a great shot 🙂

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O V E R F L O W by tpoulton001

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It’s amazing how things change, nothing is extinguished. Nothing in this world is permanent, once this national park was covered in stunning trees, Acacia Caven, Espino Caven and Chilean Myrtle to name a few. Everything flows onward; all things are brought into being with a changing nature; the ages themselves glide by in constant movement, like the lakes of Patagonia, what happens when the glaciers are gone?

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Amsterdam Damrak, Holland. by remoscarfo

What makes Amsterdam so attractive is the 17th century historical atmosphere combined with the mentality of a modern metropolis creating a friendly and relaxed environment. The small scale of the buildings and the intimacy of the streets, canals and squares create an atmosphere that visitors find unique.

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