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    Default The super moon


    Well, I stepped out side last night and was reminded by the GIANT moon that it was the 2012 "super moon". Snapped a few shots of my grape vines against the moon as well as some other shapes that were near by.









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    Interesting....with the last of the 1st series my # 1.
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    I like that last one in the first series too. So surreal. ~~Peg
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    my super moon wasn't so super, great shots


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    These are really nice. Love the objects against the blurred moon. My super moon shots are in the Coffee House under the thread started by Bishop.
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    Like the first two the best. The other two are just a tad to dark on my screen. I kept watching the horizon but it was cloudy there. Guess I should have gone out a little later.


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    nice and interesting shots


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    Thanks, I kept seeing people posting the what looked like the same photo of the moon that night on facebook, so I wanted to do something a little different


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    Dusty, I love the abstract of your moon shots. Well done.
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