The latest full moon was spectacular, as were the last few.
Crisp clean air giving clarity and definition to formations.
Although I was disappointed in the shot, I have included it as an object lesson in preparedness. Always carry a tripod.
The shot was taken, hand held, at 420mm optical zoom with 4x digital assistance.
On clear nights in Robbo you can find Chris out with his 300mm refracting telescope.
Always willing to give people a peek at the cosmos, he trained the scope on the moon the other night with great result. Jupiter and four of its moons were also visible though, as Chris would agree, finer detail in the sky can only be achieved on a moonless night.