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its luny july!!! one more day to the partial lunar eclipse........

taken tonight at 8:23pm for 98 percent of the big cheese, Wallace and Grommit has dip on the moon
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Old 15-07-2019, 11:08 PM
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Old 16-07-2019, 11:02 AM
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That is a nice crisp Moon you have there David.

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Nice image of the full moon David. The rays from Tycho show up well. Cheers, John W.
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That hit me in the eye like a big pizza pie....

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A different kind of processing to what I've done with the Moon - more colour and contrast I think.
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A different kind of processing to what I've done with the Moon - more colour and contrast I think.
yeah but i still tried to keep it subtle
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