Good Morning!!

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    • #435845
      John Thompson
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      Sunrise w Lighter Moon<script async src=”//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js” charset=”utf-8″></script>

    • #435848
      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Nice John, looks much warmer then where I’m sitting.

      • #435969
        John Thompson
        Moderator

        I think you are right there Robert.  It has been cool and rainy the past few days but nothing like your weather!

    • #435871
      LeanneC
      Participant

      Love this one John! Might be a new favourite for me.

    • #435878
      ElinL
      Participant

      Stunning !  Your moon looks much bigger than ours – are we on the same planet ?

      • #435971
        John Thompson
        Moderator

        “Objects in the photo may appear larger than they are in real life!”  LOL.  Thank you Dr. Elin.

    • #435923
      Patrick
      Participant

      What a Photo  , lovely work john.

    • #435946
      Tersha
      Keymaster

      This has to be seen large, to get the full impact! Stunningly beautiful John!

    • #435973
      John Thompson
      Moderator

      Many thanks Diane.

    • #436015
      Dahlia Ambrose
      Keymaster

      Wow John. This is stunning. Love it a lot 🙂

    • #436026
      Tobie
      Moderator

      Love it John! Wish I was there to have seen it with my own eyes!

      • #436093
        John Thompson
        Moderator

        Hey thanks Tobie!  It was really dark when I took these shots and the light had just hit the tips of the mountains.  My exposures were 1.4 at f/11.  I had to use a flashlight to set the focus close to get everything in focus.  I wanted to get the foreground in the shot as well as the mountains.

        • #436197
          Tobie
          Moderator

          You did well mate! 👍

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