Macro Friday: Harvest Moon
Full Moon RS
ISO 200, f/5.6, 1/200 (55-250 mm lens w/ tri-pod)

On Tuesday, I traveled to Detroit for the day. I’m thankful that I didn’t have to spend the night in Detroit, but the trade-off was a lack of sleep (for whatever reason, I don’t sleep well before my husband or I fly even though once I’m on the plane…I fall right to sleep). Anyways, when I got home, my husband took me to get something to eat. By the time we came home, there was a full moon in the sky. It was so incredible that I couldn’t wait to come home. I later learned that this week is “Harvest Moon” week for 2010…it is the first full moon of fall. It’s also the first time I’ve been able to photograph the moon with any clarity at all. 

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By the way, this photo might be a bit of a stretch for Macro Friday…but the way I look at it, the moon appears very small, and macros are about making small things larger. So, that’s all for today. I hope everyone has a great weekend!