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Hi here is me latest moon images

processed stacked by Registax 6



Used 76/700 with modded ps3 eyetoy cam.

Also some extra's unique strange stuff i capture on moon you have to over exposure bit like sun when see proms i would like to see more people do this ;)

Moon city!


Ths sphinx!


Called this one temple!


The city!



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