Waxing moon

Waxing Moon taken with Canon SX50 HS
Both the Moon and Venus shared the crescent shape (38% size)

The Moon was photographed right after Venus last Saturday due to its proximity to the planet. It's been more than three months since I took picture of it, so it was an interesting refresher.

The shadows make the craters look more pronounced, which produces a lot more interesting photo than a Full Moon. The little craters inside the "seas" were pretty cool to notice, too. It was the first time I used the Moon & Skyglow filter on the Moon, and I guess that helped, too.

Settings: Canon SX50 HS - 1200mm - ISO 80 - 1/60s - f/6.5
Filters: Baader M&S applied
Time: 2013-12-07 17:41 KST
Location: Suwon, Korea
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