Tag Archive: Moon

5D Moon

Ok, finally made the jump to full frame and got a Canon 5D Mark III. I’ve been pretty busy at work so have not had a chance to play around with it much… Continue reading

Moon over the bay – San Francisco

On a recent trip to San Francisco I had a room on the 25th floor of the Park 55 Hotel with a decent view of the bay. This is what greeted me the… Continue reading

Frosty morning in the PNW

Today I went out just after sunrise to check out the local landscape. It was 22 degrees f. It didn’t seem to bother the ducks and swans in the frigid water. Also caught… Continue reading

Foggy sky

More pictures from a morning exploration of the foggy Snoqualmie Valley. The clouds were interesting as the sun was starting to come up. Shortly after I took these, the fog in this area… Continue reading

Morning, Mist, and the Moon

Fall is a great time of year in the valley. Not so much for the changing leaf colors but more for lot’s of fog and mist in the mornings and right now, a… Continue reading

Nothing better than a Super Moon in the morning

I got up early this morning to see if I could get some good pictures of this May 2012 Super Moon setting. I was a bit worried at first because there was a… Continue reading

May Super Moon in the Clouds

Tons of people are taking pictures of the moon tonight because it is the closest it will be to the earth all year. It is also the brightest. When I first setup to… Continue reading

April Moon and Moving Stars

Lot’s going on in the sky tonight. When I looked out, the moon was almost behind the trees so I had to move quick to get a few shots. I believe the bright… Continue reading

PhotoSec: Morning Moon

From my house we don’t see a lot of sun rises since the sun comes up behind us and there are a lot of trees. Every once in a while though, something interesting… Continue reading

Venus and Jupiter Chase the Moon

I’m not terribly good at these night shots but the way Jupiter and Venus were alinged with the moon tonight, I had to give it a go. At 8:30 pm, there was still… Continue reading