Monday, August 27, 2018
Summer 2018 - Final Full Moon
All my furry friends should stop complaining about the hottest summer on record.
Next month, it could get even warmer for all we know.
For sure, about the third week, it won't be summer anymore.
In the wee hours of the morning, I went out to check on the moon.
Surprisingly no rain came pouring down so, I decided to attempt moonset photography.
Here's what I saw at 4:46 AM.
As long as the weather kept cooperating I would keep walking and shooting.
The plan was to get closer to the ocean for moonset and catch the light over water.
It's 5:01 AM and the ocean isn't visible yet. I walk slowly in the dark.
At 5:20 AM the sea is visible below me but, I wait for the moon to get lower.
The first three images were taken at a focal length of 700 MM.
We're standing on level ground, several meters above sea level, using a tripod.
Below lies Red Beach Pier with Ishikawa (Uruma) in the background.
Here's my final full moon photo for the summer of 2018.
It's 5:36 n the morning and I've been awake for 3 hours. Go home and get breakfast.
My furry friends should quit complaining or, do like I did once. Shave!