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Theme ~ What's Up There in the Sky?
I almost forgot to post this week--argh! Travel--especially when you get home at 3am and collapse into bed--messes with my head. I keep thinking today is Monday...
You get the benefit of fewer words, and mostly pictures. ;)
Here they are:
My header, which is the moon over my parents' lake house in the Adirondacks of upstate New York:
ISO 100, 17-85mm at 17mm, f/14, 30-second exposure (counted in my head)
More of the moon, way up there in the sky:
ISO 100, 70-300mm at 300mm, f/5.6, 1/800 second
The Florida moon, along with a few asteroid trails!!
ISO 100, 17-85mm, f/8 64-second exposure (again, counted in my head)
Below is the moon, along with Jupiter and Venus (Craver inspired this one):
February 27, 2012
ISO 100, 17-85mm at 17mm, f/22, 53-second exposure
Captured an airplane just to the left of the steeple below.
An annual airshow at the local airport, half a mile from home. These below shots were taken from my back yard.
Way up there in the sky, for the last time, went the Space Shuttle Endeavor! We were lucky enough to experience the launch (about 50 or so miles away) when it was delayed almost two weeks, and our vacation with friends began!
Fireworks are up there, too, especially if you're sitting really close to the launch site. Two of my favorites from last year's Independence Day celebration:
ISO 100, 17-85mm at 17mm, f/8, 4-second exposure
This little guy thought he was way up there in the sky, too!
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