Reflected light

Last night the sky was amazing – I didn’t capture it very well, but here is my photo of the moon high above a mackerel sky, all illuminated with its reflected light – so bright considering the moon is itself only a reflector of the sunlight.

moonlight on cloudsfor this week’s photochallenge

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24 Responses to Reflected light

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  2. Al says:

    You’re right Pseu, you didn’t capture it very well. You captured it beautifully!

    You and Stacia at Winsomebella.wordpress.com are two of the most accomplished nature photographers I have the pleasure of following.

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  4. Night skies are the tough ones to capture! I think you did well! I try, but rarely get one this nice! :-)

  5. I love mackerel skies, especially with the moon shining through them. Beautiful picture!

  6. Wow, wow, wow. Fantastic shot.

  7. wow. I always get blurry moons. That is magnificent.

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  14. eof737 says:

    Thai is pretty impressive. :-)

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