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Menoomering; Lunar Effects

The Lynx moon of August has been quite impressive. Not that I managed to do it justice with the Hisstix, but some quite interesting effects, nevertheless. I did wonder, with it arriving so early if this might be a 'blue moon' month - but no, just the one. 

Like this one not because the moon was sharp, but because it shows the halo in the clouds reasonable well...


  1. Excellent 87,000 x better than any moon shot I get.
    I agree about #3.
    Hugs to you and Dear Dad

  2. We love your first one aunty YAM. Are you still having your little holiday? That would make it a 'holiday moon'
    Furrings and purrings Mr T.

    1. Hari OM
      Indeed, Mr T - but my wee break only begins this day!... Yxx

  3. I love the second one there's something about the Moon being white and the lights being yellow and they really go together. I love it

  4. The first one is our favorite too, but they are all superb - 2000% better than anything we could do.

  5. I missed the moon but have been out to check out the meteors. Saw 3 last night!

  6. Well, well done, Ms. Photographer.

  7. wow! fantabulous!!! have you seen something last night? we saw not one falling star nor the perseids...

  8. I saw a pretty moon the other day when driving. Unfortunately no time to stop and take a photo, which on the phone won't be anywhere near as good as with a proper camera.


  9. Beautiful shots, all three of them.

  10. Hi Yam - wonderful shots ... love the moon - take care - Hilary

  11. Very creative and lovely moon photography ^_^

    Live each moment with love,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  12. With the lights of a city it is always a challenge to get a detailed shot of the moon. Your three are nice variations. Hope all is well with you these days. namaste, janice, xx


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