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Perfect timing

Fujifilm Finepix SL

Tuesday, September 05, 2017 6:41 PM

1/100 sec. f/6.5 186mm ISO 500

There isn’t really a lot one can say about this amazing picture except, “Wow.” This is a great example of “perfect timing”. I went outside to have a look at the moon and it was clear, just a very fine cloud cover. From my first perspective there were no branches either. I went inside to get the camera and when I came out I stood in a different place so that the branches would be in front of the moon for this awesome effect. I went inside to show the photo to my family. When I went outside again the clouds had thickened and the window of opportunity had closed; I took the perfect photo at the perfect time.

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Written by Justin Henning

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