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Lunar Craters
Lunar Craters
Drake


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Challenge: Free Study 2017-04 (Standard Editing)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Nikon D810
Lens: Nikon AF-S Nikkor 600mm f/4.0D IF-ED
Location: Battle Creek, Mi
Date: Apr 8, 2017
Aperture: F4
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/1000
Date Uploaded: Apr 30, 2017

This shot reveals a lot of detail, considering how far away it is from earth. I am still curious what that spot is that appears to have lines running to it, like Longitude lines on a globe....

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Votes: 67
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05/08/2017 10:31:03 AM
Hello from the critique club

An appealing image that contributes well to the challenge

Youíve made great use of that huge lens Drake! As your commenters have already stated there is a huge amount of detail, looking at your details a bright night too! The cropping emphasises the crater you refer to well, sorry I canít help with any additional info my moon mapping knowledge is non-existant.
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/06/2017 11:33:39 AM
I love how we can photograph the moon from thousands of miles away and still see this amount of detail!
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05/05/2017 11:58:30 AM
Phenomenal detail!
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