Rabbit, rabbit! To start off this NaBloPoMo & HiveBloPoMo (the traditional National Blog Posting Month & the Hive version as well) I figured I’d share some of the shots I got the night before the Full Crow Moon, on March 27th 2021.
After getting a look at the weather report for the night of the full moon (the official time was March 28th at 2:48pm EST) I knew my chances of getting any decent shots with 100% chance of rain was slim to none, so I made a point to go out the night before and the night instead.
One last thing before I get to the pictures – I’ve reduced the file size, and in some cases tweaked the exposure and/or sharpness a bit, but I haven’t filtered most of these, other than the instances where I mention I’ve dome some extra work to them. For the most part, the difference in the color of the moon (and sometimes the clouds around it) comes from zooming in and out, and bumping the exposure up and down, not from tinting it. It still amazes (and frustrates…lol) me that what I see in the sky isn’t always what turns up on my camera. These were taken with my my Nikon affixed to my tripod), in my Durham New Hampshire yard.
Okay, now on to the photos!
The Night before the Full Crow Moon, March 27th 2021
Hope you enjoyed my shots from the Night before the Full Crow Moon & happy new month, everyone!
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