Feb 7th 2012. Full 'Snow' moon captured over Leics skies, UK. The first capture was early evening as the moon passed low on the horizon through the pollution layer. The brighter version is the moon much higher in the evening sky. Quite a stark contrast and good visual indicator of something that is all around us that we can't see directly. Captured with Olympus E5, 90-250mm with x2 TC, yielding a 35mm equiv focal length of 1000mm.
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