• Olympus EVOLT E-410
  • Nikon COOLPIX L20
  • Kingston Compact Flash
  • Imaging Resource
  • Cord Camera Tips
  • NASA Daily Picture
  • Jerusalem Hills Daily Photo
  • Jeddah Daily Photo
  • Around the World
  • Monday, June 29, 2009

    That's My World Tuesday; Patience is a virtue...



    And can yield some excellent photos. Using my tripod and the Olympus
    I set up "shop" on my deck to capture these pictures of the rising full moon.
    ENJOY!






    *Click images to enlarge

    18 comments:

    Sylvia K said...

    Magnificent captures! Wow! Absolutely gorgeous moon! And isn't it fun to be able to catch one -- just like this!

    Erin said...

    a lovely moon capture...
    have a wonderful day.

    Babooshka said...

    Patience is the photographers second best friend after serendipity. Well done, beautifully captured.

    SandyCarlson said...

    These are awesome.

    James said...

    That is a really cool picture. Maybe it's time for me to get a tripod.

    Guy D said...

    Beautiful moon shots.

    Have a fantastic week
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

    Barb said...

    Janice - I'm glad you have patience! These moon photos are stunning. Do you think it's made of cheese?

    Jacob said...

    Very well done! I'm impressed! Gotta use that tripod, though!

    Wren said...

    Well done - it's challenging to get good photos of the moon at night.

    Gaelyn said...

    Excellent. Patience does pay off. I'm usually in way too big a hurry and my moon is blurry.

    Baruch said...

    Beautiful - oh, how rewarding being patient is :)

    Island Rambles Blog said...

    Good moon shots....patience...patience and you got the shot!!!

    Arija said...

    You did get some great shots, particularly with the twigs as well.

    GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

    Maybe the reason I haven't captured a good moon shot is that I don't have the PATIENCE. Great capture! Well worth the wait!

    janice said...

    Thank you, everyone, for your kind comments and for stopping by.

    I've found the tripod to be an awesome addition to my photo arsenal, especially for "shooting the moon" and fireworks. It's just to hard to steady the camera waiting for the longer exposure to capture your picture.

    JPT said...

    Beautiful stuff!

    janice said...

    Why thank you, JPT.

    Thanks for returning and looking around.

    Barb said...

    Janice - It does count if you were eating a blue cheese/black olive pita! Now, whenever I see a full moon, I'll think of that...