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Moon over Cloudbank

elcee

Albuquerque, US
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elcee Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for his sharing knowledge contributions to the community in addition to his words of encouragement for further advancement Nikonian since 01st Nov 2005
Mon 04-Feb-13 05:15 AM

I don't really know what to call this one, and it probably won't float anyone's boat;
the sight was just such a surprise I ran for my camera.
A bank of clouds, standing like frozen surf, stretched the entire length of the north
peak of the Sandia Mountains (guessing 8 miles).
A proper capture would have been 4+ frames stitched into a panorama, but the
powerlines intrude, so I had to be satisfied with one shot.
The clouds are orange due to the halogen lights of the city. Neutralizing WB made the
moon and sky too blue (10:42 pm, hours past the Blue Hour).

d200
Tamron 28-75 @41mm
1.0 s f/2.8 ISO 100

~LarryC (eLCee)

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