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General Moon Photos; Photo added 9th February.
Topic Started: Apr 13 2008, 03:40 AM (25,887 Views)
Davebutterflyman
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raptorwatcher
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Wow, amazingly detailed shots Dave.What camera did you use to get them? :photo:
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Dovetail-Marg
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WOW!! amazing photo's Dave. :cool:
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Night Owl
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Wow indeed what an amazing shot Dave :encore:
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WOW!! That is...so...cool!!! :D
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Thanks for those comments guys!.I used a canon powershot 8MP through my Leica telescope on a 20x magnification,any higher and the shake would be too much to take a reasonable picture.I was experimenting to be honest and was very pleased to say the least when i realised that the scope could be used in conjunction with the digital camera.
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thats a beautiful moon julie,i noticed the moon was very bright last night
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Davebutterflyman
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Lovely moon julie......Great to see the moon during daylight hours for a change!
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Tabatha
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:Hi:

Just looking at the great pics of the moon. Well done everyone, as Dave says, it does look different all the time. Below are a couple I took earlier tonight.

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Not a lot of detail I am afraid, even the zoomed one isn't that clear. There is a hazy glow around it tonight.
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Night Owl
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:wow2: Fantastic shots Sunflower the last one is stunning :clap3:
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celticsparrow-jan
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:thanx: Monica fantastic pictures
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Dovetail-Marg
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Great photo's Monica, the last one is stunning.
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Great pictures,the moons not the easiest thing to take :photo: of so well done, I love the last one,makes you feel as though you could just step into it and wander round he waters edge.
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Davebutterflyman
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Some moon shots taken at around 2am on friday morning.

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celticsparrow-jan
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:wow: fantstic clear pictures Dave .
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Tabatha
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Nice clear photographs. Have your got a special camera?

:thanx: for posting.
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:wow: Brilliant shots, Dave. Really clear. You can really see the detail on the moon's surface. :cool2:
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That's great Dave - you can see all the craters!
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:cool2: fantastic shots Dave you can almost see the man who lives on the moon :girlygiggle: :wave:
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