A Lunar Perspective

The first two photos were taken on March 2nd in Grand Haven, Michigan.  The moon was setting in the west almost exactly as the sun was rising in the east.  Note the refraction of the moon in the glass of the lighthouse.  I didn’t even notice that until later. 

The third photo was taken just after January’s supermoon.  These are posted for the “Out of This World” weekly photo challenge.




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21 Responses to A Lunar Perspective

  1. Wonderful moon captures!!

  2. Arati says:

    I like the texture along the edge of the moon. I find the images of the lighthouse striking with the contrast of saturated primary colors.

  3. Roda says:

    Love, love, love this! Awesome shot!

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  5. Mabel Kwong says:

    Beautiful captures all round. Love the timing of the first two shots alongside the lighthouse. Great blend of vivid blue and red colours, and pastels too – all of them seem to work so well together here 🙂

  6. Wow! Those are beautiful photos!

  7. I love the red colour of the lighthouse and building

  8. These photos are achingly beautiful.

  9. kagould17 says:

    So nice when you have clear skies and a low full moon. Great shots.

  10. Cratermaker says:

    Excellent work, and a wonderful site!

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