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Almost No Moon

Originally published January 5, 2011 LPOD-Jan5-11.jpg
image by Chris Kotsiopoulos, Greece

Where is the Moon? It is the less obvious element of the picture but it is still there! The shot was taken at Kalivia, Attiki. The weather forecast for the eclipse day was quite discouraging. Even though, I decided to give it a try. I was lucky enough to capture this photo few minutes after the maximum eclipse. I was even luckier to capture a number of seabirds flying in front of the Sun's disk a few minutes before and a few minutes after the end of the eclipse!

Chris Kotsiopoulos

Technical Details
4/1/2011 11:56. Canon EOS 550D, SW ED 80, Baader Astrosolar filter, shutter speed 1/3200, aperture value 7.5, ISO 400

Yesterday's LPOD: Unseen Eclipse

Tomorrow's LPOD: Postcard Perfect



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