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The Moon and Saturn

Up early in Emerald City.  I had read somewhere that the Moon and Saturn were dancing this morning so I went and took some pictures.  These were take at the UFO landing site over by the Grind and then going back into town looking west.     

The lens flare in the third shot is included simply because it looks otherworldly as does the 4th shot.  It was getting late and the sun was coming up which always means the end to the stars.  It doesn't mean the end to picture taking, however, as many photographers will take advantage of the two golden hours we have per day:  that time in the morning and evening when the sun puts a gold tint on things.  


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Taken on 6-5-2017
4:14 AM
30 sec exposure
ISO 800
South Lagoon looking North East, Emerald City

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