10.22.2010

day 296: the full moon

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ISO 100
f/32
SS 1/15 second
focal length 200mm

14 comments:

Ashley said...

Wow I love this, looks like you can reach out and touch it!

Wendy said...

Fab!!! Glad to see your making fine use of your bday presents!!!

Mom of M&Ms said...

Awesome... but then you knew that about you, and I was talking about your picture. Awesome shot friend.. and I am amzed that this is at 200mm....Way to go!

Jess said...

Now did you have that thing on your Rebel to get the additional "zoom" from the crop sensor it has? I have miserably failed at all moon attempts. Someday... someday I'll get it. Nice job Karli, isn't it amazing the texture and depth it has!?

Colleen over at As Is Proper also did a fantastic moon shot awhile back. You have to check it out: http://sanderasisproper.blogspot.com/2010/04/i-totally-rock-or-maybe-my-camera-does.html

Karen said...

great picture! The moon was beautiful this evening and tonight.

Audrey @ TheDailyWyatt.blogspot.com said...

now this is something I have always wanted to do... well any night photos really. (I am scared to death to try night shots.) love it as always! ;)

Sheri said...

Beautiful!!!!

Adeena said...

So lovely!!

Lindsey said...

WOW! Gorgeous, it almost looks fake it's so perfect.

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SarahinSC said...

Gorgeous!!!! Amazing! I went out to shoot the moon last night and didn't get good results with my kit lens (the only one I have, 18-55).

Brooke G. said...

WOWSA! We were just commenting on the amazing harvest moon that we have had the past couple nights. The moon is hard to capture you did it beautifully!

Ashley Sisk said...

You did a beautiful job...but I already told you that. :)

Katie said...

That's beautiful!! Such great clarity. ...does that telescope you call a lens reach Saturn? I'd really like to see a shot of that. ;)

happy me said...

Dear Karli,

If we've already had this discussion, then forgive me please, but if you offered a course on photography I would be the first to sign up.

Your shots are incredible; your ideas are inspired; and when you share 'how-to's' you present them in a way that is so "do-able".

I'd mean all the above even "if" you weren't one of my bbf's (best blog friends).