Great shot by Carol Jean Stalun of the supermoon, rising over the Potomac River on January 1, 2018! A supermoon occurs when the moon is at its closest point to our planet; this proximity presents photographers with a great opportunity to capture it on camera. Since a full moon rises at the same time that the sun sets, a photographer can capture a partially day-lit landscape and a stunning sunset/sunrise composition with the moon. To get the clearest and most crisp photograph I suggest using a sturdy tripod, a high-resolution camera, and a remote shutter release. For more information and tips, check out our interview with photographers discussing their experience with night sky photography.
The log made it all this way and refused to fall. I like that about a log. Well done, John Marciano, and thanks for sharing.
Be on your way and believe that you will get there. This is what came to mind when I saw Cristina Angelica’s post on Instagram this morning. Well done, lady.
When you look back at the months that have passed, I hope that you were able to do everything you intended to do this year. If not, then you still have some time before the next “new year, new you” phrases start. This photo by Hurghada Tours.
I totally missed the Harvest Moon, but I’m glad that somebody got to experience it. Well done, Angela.