A “Blue” Moon


Jason Meadows


Bresser Messier N-150, 25mm eyepiece, Barlow x2, Panasonic Lumix TZ5

Taken 11.04.11. I took this photo on the third day of ever using my telescope and was using to moons visibility during the day as an oppertunity to get to grips with my telescope further. I particularly like the detail and sheer number of craters running along the terminator in the south eastern hemispere of the moon and feel the bright blue of the daytime sky makes a welcome change from the black of the night seen in most lunar photos.