I captured this image during the supermoon on November 15th. I took several dozen photos of the moon during a half-hour period of walking around, and this image is evocative of a spooky autumn night. The silhouette of the leaves are reminiscent of the wings of a bat.
The glow of the supermoon shined down on me, and I basked in it nocturnal glory.
There is nothing more enjoyable than gazing upon the full moon in all its glory.
I had to stand very still get my favorite image of the supermoon shining down on me.
I also created a short video of the supermoon that I captured around eight o’clock tonight.
I also created a photo slideshow for moon gazers out there.
This is a video of the harvest moon at night.
It seems that not everyone is able to view the slideshows on my website due to some issues with flash on Word Press, so I created one over on YouTube. I am considering doing this more often in the future as it is easier to upload multiple photographs to Youtube.
Also, I created a video with some life action footage, although it is not very steady.
Below is a photo slideshow of the moon I captured last night around ten.
Also, you can watch my first video of filming the moon. Next time perhaps I will use a tripod to film, but I was excited the zoom lens on this new camera enabled me to capture this much lunar detail.
The full moon is peeking through the cloudy night sky.
The other day I spotted the waxing gibbous moon on a walk, so I decided to take a few pictures.