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Many visits to this location, while making road trip pitstops, have yielded peacocks, ducks, and geeseut never a Great Egret (Ardea alba). The photography mantra of always having your gear at hand rang true for this image. While parking the vehicle, a spot of white caught the eye a few hundred feet away in the midst of a gloomy, overcast morning. Egrets are common in the coastal area, often hunting in sloughs or farm drainage ditches alongside c...
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Many visits to this location, while making road trip pitstops, have yielded peacocks, ducks, and geeseut never a Great Egret (Ardea alba). The photography mantra of always having your gear at hand rang true for this image. While parking the vehicle, a spot of white caught the eye a few hundred feet away in the midst of a gloomy, overcast morning. Egrets are common in the coastal area, often hunting in sloughs or farm drainage ditches alongside c...
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I just found this community. This photo is just below the South Bay, but I believe is still appropriate to the community.
 
Even though I have never photographed a lunar eclipse, it was amazing to be able to witness such a unique event—the shortest totality in almost 500 years, with the next shortest happening in another 140 years.

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According to Wikipedia, the April 2015 lunar eclipse—lasting only 4 minutes and 43 seconds—is the shortest lunar totality since October 17, 1529 (486 years). The sequence in this image begins two hours after the moon first touches the outer shadow (penumbra) of the earth, and one hour after the moon crosses into the inner shadow (umbra) of the earth—and continues through moonset, covering a total of 2 1/2 hours. This is my freshman outing in sh...
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Even though I have never photographed a lunar eclipse, it was amazing to be able to witness such a unique event—the shortest totality in almost 500 years, with the next shortest happening in another 140 years.

#500px   #Nikon   #nikonphotography   #Adobe   #reallyrightstuff   #lunareclipse   #totality   #moon   #moonphotography   #eclipse2015   #eclipse   #sequence   #bloodmoon  
According to Wikipedia, the April 2015 lunar eclipse—lasting only 4 minutes and 43 seconds—is the shortest lunar totality since October 17, 1529 (486 years). The sequence in this image begins two hours after the moon first touches the outer shadow (penumbra) of the earth, and one hour after the moon crosses into the inner shadow (umbra) of the earth—and continues through moonset, covering a total of 2 1/2 hours. This is my freshman outing in sh...
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Even though I have never photographed a lunar eclipse, it was amazing to be able to witness such a unique event—the shortest totality in almost 500 years, with the next shortest happening in another 140 years.

#500px   #Nikon   #nikonphotography   #Adobe   #reallyrightstuff   #lunareclipse   #totality   #moon   #moonphotography   #eclipse2015   #eclipse   #sequence   #bloodmoon  
According to Wikipedia, the April 2015 lunar eclipse—lasting only 4 minutes and 43 seconds—is the shortest lunar totality since October 17, 1529 (486 years). The sequence in this image begins two hours after the moon first touches the outer shadow (penumbra) of the earth, and one hour after the moon crosses into the inner shadow (umbra) of the earth—and continues through moonset, covering a total of 2 1/2 hours. This is my freshman outing in sh...
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Even though I have never photographed a lunar eclipse, it was amazing to be able to witness such a unique event—the shortest totality in almost 500 years, with the next shortest happening in another 140 years.

#500px   #Nikon   #nikonphotography   #Adobe   #reallyrightstuff   #lunareclipse   #totality   #moon   #moonphotography   #eclipse2015   #eclipse   #sequence   #bloodmoon  
According to Wikipedia, the April 2015 lunar eclipse—lasting only 4 minutes and 43 seconds—is the shortest lunar totality since October 17, 1529 (486 years). The sequence in this image begins two hours after the moon first touches the outer shadow (penumbra) of the earth, and one hour after the moon crosses into the inner shadow (umbra) of the earth—and continues through moonset, covering a total of 2 1/2 hours. This is my freshman outing in sh...
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Many visits to this location, while making road trip pitstops, have yielded peacocks, ducks, and geeseut never a Great Egret (Ardea alba). The photography mantra of always having your gear at hand rang true for this image. While parking the vehicle, a spot of white caught the eye a few hundred feet away in the midst of a gloomy, overcast morning. Egrets are common in the coastal area, often hunting in sloughs or farm drainage ditches alongside c...
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Even though I have never photographed a lunar eclipse, it was amazing to be able to witness such a unique event—the shortest totality in almost 500 years, with the next shortest happening in another 140 years.

#500px   #Nikon   #nikonphotography   #Adobe   #reallyrightstuff   #lunareclipse   #totality   #moon   #moonphotography   #eclipse2015   #eclipse   #sequence   #bloodmoon  
According to Wikipedia, the April 2015 lunar eclipse—lasting only 4 minutes and 43 seconds—is the shortest lunar totality since October 17, 1529 (486 years). The sequence in this image begins two hours after the moon first touches the outer shadow (penumbra) of the earth, and one hour after the moon crosses into the inner shadow (umbra) of the earth—and continues through moonset, covering a total of 2 1/2 hours. This is my freshman outing in sh...
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Even though I have never photographed a lunar eclipse, it was amazing to be able to witness such a unique event—the shortest totality in almost 500 years, with the next shortest happening in another 140 years.

#500px   #Nikon   #nikonphotography   #Adobe   #reallyrightstuff   #lunareclipse   #totality   #moon   #moonphotography   #eclipse2015   #eclipse   #sequence   #bloodmoon  
According to Wikipedia, the April 2015 lunar eclipse—lasting only 4 minutes and 43 seconds—is the shortest lunar totality since October 17, 1529 (486 years). The sequence in this image begins two hours after the moon first touches the outer shadow (penumbra) of the earth, and one hour after the moon crosses into the inner shadow (umbra) of the earth—and continues through moonset, covering a total of 2 1/2 hours. This is my freshman outing in sh...
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Even though I have never photographed a lunar eclipse, it was amazing to be able to witness such a unique event—the shortest totality in almost 500 years, with the next shortest happening in another 140 years.

#500px   #Nikon   #nikonphotography   #Adobe   #reallyrightstuff   #lunareclipse   #totality   #moon   #moonphotography   #eclipse2015   #eclipse   #sequence   #bloodmoon  
According to Wikipedia, the April 2015 lunar eclipse—lasting only 4 minutes and 43 seconds—is the shortest lunar totality since October 17, 1529 (486 years). The sequence in this image begins two hours after the moon first touches the outer shadow (penumbra) of the earth, and one hour after the moon crosses into the inner shadow (umbra) of the earth—and continues through moonset, covering a total of 2 1/2 hours. This is my freshman outing in sh...
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Even though I have never photographed a lunar eclipse, it was amazing to be able to witness such a unique event—the shortest totality in almost 500 years, with the next shortest happening in another 140 years.

#500px   #Nikon   #nikonphotography   #Adobe   #reallyrightstuff   #lunareclipse   #totality   #moon   #moonphotography   #eclipse2015   #eclipse   #sequence   #bloodmoon  
According to Wikipedia, the April 2015 lunar eclipse—lasting only 4 minutes and 43 seconds—is the shortest lunar totality since October 17, 1529 (486 years). The sequence in this image begins two hours after the moon first touches the outer shadow (penumbra) of the earth, and one hour after the moon crosses into the inner shadow (umbra) of the earth—and continues through moonset, covering a total of 2 1/2 hours. This is my freshman outing in sh...
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Even though I have never photographed a lunar eclipse, it was amazing to be able to witness such a unique event—the shortest totality in almost 500 years, with the next shortest happening in another 140 years.

#500px   #Nikon   #nikonphotography   #Adobe   #reallyrightstuff   #lunareclipse   #totality   #moon   #moonphotography   #eclipse2015   #eclipse   #sequence   #bloodmoon  
According to Wikipedia, the April 2015 lunar eclipse—lasting only 4 minutes and 43 seconds—is the shortest lunar totality since October 17, 1529 (486 years). The sequence in this image begins two hours after the moon first touches the outer shadow (penumbra) of the earth, and one hour after the moon crosses into the inner shadow (umbra) of the earth—and continues through moonset, covering a total of 2 1/2 hours. This is my freshman outing in sh...
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