The Moon

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William Ian Hamilton

Gloucestershire

I took this image with my Canon EOS100D on January 5th 2017. Exposure was 1/50th, ISO200. I shot it through my Mead LX90 scope. I love photographing the moon in all it’s different phases. But I particularly like to focus on detail around the terminator as here showing the impressive southern hemisphere craters from Ptolemaeus and Albategnius southwards to Maginus and Clavius just emerging into view.

I took this image with my Canon EOS100D on January 5th 2017. Exposure was 1/50th, ISO200. I shot it through my Mead LX90 scope. I love photographing the moon in all it’s different phases. But I particularly like to focus on detail around the terminator as here showing the impressive southern hemisphere craters from Ptolemaeus and Albategnius southwards to Maginus and Clavius just emerging into view.

2017-01-05T00:00:00

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