The moon is clear at full size, so it might look good as a back-drop. You could crop it if you’re thinking of a screen-sized image. Keep in mind, if you make a picture smaller and choose (best for reduction) as your option, you will get a clearer picture.
This is a shot I got of a double rainbow! There’s also a close up of the bright one, using a 300 mm. telephoto lens.
Then there was another time I got my camera out to get a picture of clouds right in front of my house: same as the moon shot. This reminds me of an erupting volcano.
And here’s another time when I caught a picture of my cat: ‘Smokie’ stalking a squirrel…
This is the first picture I took when we got to Del La Sal… Bonehead and I rode our dirt-bikes up: 70 kms… 35 there and 35 back. But back is downhill! So I just made it for the sunset. unfortunately, I didn’t bring a saw to get rid of those trees! This shot was taken at 300mm.
This is very dreamy and is portrait style so I included it because I captured the birds as well…
Is Bonehead looking in toward the shore, out toward the lake? Hard to tell with a silhouette: they add mystery to the shot.
Beautiful! Huh? I do have four star shots. But you must look at them at full size in the slide show because the smaller the pictures, the less number of stars are visible. I made the same stupid mistake as before. I left the ISO at 800 ISO when I should have had it at 3200 ISO for star shots. I still gained more than the star shots from here in town…
There are many interesting shots. I don’t want to show them all here. This one was taken at 50 ISO… That’s the lowest my camera can go.
This is actually a very close macro of some kind of brain plant that thinks for itself! LOL! Enjoy the slide show :O)