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winter pond II by MeaganVBlazier

Thank you for following me along my journey- it’s been an amazing year and I am truly grateful for all of your likes & comments ❤

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Moonlight Magic by Brains11

There was a full moonrise that evening at the Zaanse Schans. After some time the little farm was somewhat illuminated from the moonlight which gave me the opportunity to shoot some nice images………..

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. : the portal : . by Martin-Pfister

At this day a few weeks ago I decided to make a full-moon-photography-trip to the near mountains. I had to ride about 10 kilometers one way up and down with my mountainbike to reach this position with a temperature of -10 degrees.
As I started there was bright moonlight and a few stars to see, then the situation changed and clouds came so I wasn´t really happy about that. But with this nice halo everything was good! Nature always have something special for you!

This is a pano with five images – ISO 1600, f5, 17mm

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Moonlight in Colmar by AlfredoCostanzo

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Christmas time in Colmar, one of the most beautiful place to relive the Christmas atmosphere of yesteryear.

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Prince of the Night by erezmarom

One of the more demanding shots I took during a 4-day hike below the majestic mount Fitz Roy (literally: “Son of the king”). To get the shot, I first had to hike for several kilometers over loose rock, which I passionately hate. In addition, it would be too cumbersome to bring the tent, so we settled for sleeping bags. Luckily the night wasn’t so cold at about 0 degrees Centigrade.
I had planned to shoot the mountain reflecting in the lagoon by moonlight. Aware that it would prove hard to compose at night, I secured my composition after finishing the sunset shoot and left the tripod there, hoping nothing would happen to it. When I woke up at 2 am, it was still there. The new problem was, the moon was covered by clouds, which destroyed my plan to shoot a ‘lunar alpenglow’. After an hour or so the moon rose above the clouds and lit the mountain, reflecting in the lagoon. I’m quite happy with the result, it was definitely worth the hardship!
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Sony A7R
Canon 16-35 f/2.8L
Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, Patagonia, Argentina

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