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    For Speed---first moon shot

    imagine my shock and amazement---when I took my very first postable moon shot last night (a little blurry) I saw the most clear face looking back at me...here's one for the files...

    the man on the moon was so clear---hmmm---

    sorry couldn't resist. I was pretty happy with the moon shot using the 105mm excited that i got anything other than a white blob...
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    And it looks like...

    Quote Originally Posted by natatbeach
    imagine my shock and amazement---when I took my very first postable moon shot last night (a little blurry) I saw the most clear face looking back at me...
    Jack Nicholson!
    Nice shot Nat. I wish I had dark skies here in NYC.

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    Wow Nat!

    Quote Originally Posted by natatbeach
    imagine my shock and amazement---when I took my very first postable moon shot last night (a little blurry) I saw the most clear face looking back at me...here's one for the files...

    the man on the moon was so clear---hmmm---

    sorry couldn't resist. I was pretty happy with the moon shot using the 105mm excited that i got anything other than a white blob...

    That's amazing! I've heard of the man in the moon, but never seen him so clearly. He sure is a good looking devil, isn't he?! :-O

    OK, the wife says you've got to send me the full resolution file. She thinks it should be my avatar, my computer desktop, and that I should make an 8X10 to hang on the wall next to my moon shot. I guess she was impressed!
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    Ha!

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed
    That's amazing! I've heard of the man in the moon, but never seen him so clearly. He sure is a good looking devil, isn't he?! :-O

    OK, the wife says you've got to send me the full resolution file. She thinks it should be my avatar, my computer desktop, and that I should make an 8X10 to hang on the wall next to my moon shot. I guess she was impressed!
    That's a good one, Nat!
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