Sunday, October 7, 2018

Moon Ending a Phase Over Okinawa Japan

astronomy, crescent, moon, Okinawa

Another Phase We're Going Through

This was the first time I plotted and planned on shooting around the New Moon.

Almost every month I get out there for three nights of moon photography.

The weather and cloud conditions were perfect for some New Moon shots.

I narrowed it down, to where I'd get the skinniest shot of the October moon today.

Y'all won't be seeing any New Moon images from me, I hate to inform you.

That's because the New Moon isn't visible from earth even, on a cloudless evening.

Today's Photo Stats

Camera: Pentax K-1

Lens: Sigma 50-500 + 1.4 converter for focal length of 700 MM

Exposure:  f/11   1.6 sec   ISO 100

Location: Kin Town, Okinawa, Japan

Date and Time: OCT 8 2018 at 5:58 AM

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