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Minerals of the Moon

I have done colour photos of the moon previously but wanted to try and highlight the different minerals better.

Here's my abstract version which I think looks pretty interesting.

Skywatcher ED120 with Nikon D810


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I think its interesting - inverted?
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Thanks, yep
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That's a very interesting image. I'm not familiar with these types of photos, so i'm not sure how you made it which has me curious.
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