Wednesday, January 30, 2013


ISO 400, f/16, 90 seconds, 21mm
  Back in September, Tim Owens and I got up extremely early to go to Newfound Gap to shoot the sunrise. Just before we got to the Newfound Gap pull off we found this spot where the full moon was shining bright opposite the sunrise.
   We had to stop and take a few shots. Before we knew it, we noticed the fast moving clouds overhead were creating some neat effects with long exposures against the shining moon.
I was intending on trying to get a "moon" burst through the trees when we noticed the halo the clouds and moon combination was creating around the pine trees. It was awesome!

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