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40-hour old moon


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I had to walk a bit to find a suitably low horizon to catch a setting young moon. This was taken after 10pm on 4th May, 40 hours after new moon. At this point, the moon was just 3° in altitude!

Was just visible naked eye, and a beautiful slender arc in binoculars.

Canon 450D and Sigma 17-70mm at 70mm

1 second at f/5.6, ISO 200

Hope you like :D

Andrew

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