It was pretty spectacular.
You can click on the picture for a larger image.
It was crisp and very cold out and we had a great view out the sunroom window looking straight across the MatSu Valley at the moon above Pioneer Peak. I mounted the camera on the tripod and kept stepping outside to snap time exposure pictures, then back inside to warm up. Taken with the Nikon D5000. F-stop 5.6. ISO 2000. 4 sec exposure. 300mm Nikor lens. Only photoshopping is some cropping.
Pretty. And awesome. Pretty awesome, Jim! thanks for sharing it with us.ReplyDelete
Very nice Jim. I hope to get mine up later today, after work.ReplyDelete
I was going to call you so you could stand outside at 5* and not me. My shoe froze to the deck and my hand to the tripod. Thanks for the shot.ReplyDelete
I live in West Michigan. We had a major astronomical event. It was overcast. As usual.ReplyDelete
Nothing to see, move along, move along.
supsuct -- those under krimnal investmentgations
And our viewing in Southern California was rained out.ReplyDelete
Are you building any arks in the woodshop?