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Monthly Archives: April 2011
Blogmate Karma put up her April Photo Scavenger Hunt list which I copied to my trusty iPhone Notes app. There is still time to join in as the deadline is this Sunday, April 24, 2011. This list was shorter but … Continue reading
Last month I showed you how I tracked and photographed the Super Moon. I was not very happy with the attempt. One of the reasons why I wanted to take the Night Photography eClass. This week’s assignment was to photograph … Continue reading
Here are some facts about this Blue Hour phenomenon: It is not an hour long but more like 15 to 25 minutes. Happens twice a day. Once before sunrise and after sunset. Best seen 90 degrees from the Sun’s location. … Continue reading