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    • Indigo Fragrance

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    • G.C. Himani

      The full Moon today: We are under the influence of this beautiful full moon – To quote the great writer Basia Durnas: “if the moon can move the tides of the worlds great oceans, imagine the impact it has on us our bodies being 70% and our brains 90% water” …..

    • TomKa Darga

      Harvest Moon? NO! The moon looked exactly like this three evenings ago (Feb 25, 2013)! Beautiful!

    • Sheila Tanner

      New moon- Sept 15, 2012. This month, we celebrate a Harvest Moon, which is the full moon nearest the autumnal equinox. It's different than all our other full moons. Around this date, the moon rises at almost the same time for a number of nights in our northern latitudes.

    • Agnes Cant

      Harvest Moon #fullmoon / Plenilunio più vicino all'equinozio d'autunno, Luna settembrina #lunapiena

    • Elisabeth Bennear

      Beautiful Full Moon Photos | Beautiful Full Moon tonight...can you see it where you are?

    • Jennifer Boire

      a full moon is a thing of beauty

    • Michael Huff

      Most Beautiful Nature Photos

    • Abbigail Olivia

      Are you ready to capture the "supermoon" tonight? This evening, the moon will be at its best — in its full phase and at its closest point to Earth. If you have a camera ready, it's a prime opportunity to capture a brilliant lunar spectacle. Tonight's moon is the last of three back-to-back "supermoons" visible in the Northern Hemisphere this summer. It is known as the Harvest Moon since it is the full moon nearest the September equinox this year, according to The moon will reach its full phase tonight at 9:38 p.m. EDT (0138 GMT). To celebrate tonight's supermoon — the last one until Sept. 28, 2015 — camera company Canon Inc., has released a few tips to make it easier for aspiring astrophotographers to get prime shots of Earth's closest celestial neighbor. [In Photos: Glitzy Images of a Supermoon]  Here are some tips to keep in mind when photographing the moon: Keep your exposure settings similar to what you would input if you were taking pictures on a sunny day outside; the moon's surface is in full light because it's also illuminated by the sun. Use as long a focal length as you can for your lens. Somewhere in the range of 300 to 600 mm is acceptable for most amateur photographers. Although the moon will be bright enough for a short exposure, it's better to use a tripod to make sure the image is steady and that the shot is framed properly. There are other ways to improve your photographs of the moon. For instance, you can manually change the shutter speed (the exposure time), the aperture (the opening that controls how much light goes into the lens) and the ISO, or the sensitivity of the camera's photo cell, Jason Mrachina, a professional photographer based in Des Moines, Iowa, told Live Science in a previous story. Here are Mrachina's recommended settings: Tripod ISO: 100 - 200 Aperture: f11 - f14 Shutter speed: 1/125 - 1/250 Handheld ISO: 800-1000 Aperture: f8 - f9 Shutter speed: 1/1000 - 1/1500 Mrachina also recommended taking pictures from a dark area far from light pollution, and standing a short distance away from an object, such as a fence, that can create a silhouette in front of the moon.

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