Crescent Moon (48h) And The Ashen Light
Taken by Heiko Ulbricht on March 8, 2019 @ Dresden, Saxony, Germany
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A review: last friday, the thin crescent moon, only 48h after new moon, was very good to see. Cumulus clouds embellished the scenery. The ashen light was brigt, thanks to a good transparency of the atmosphere.

Details: Canon EOS 6D, Pentacon 4/200 (F5.6), ISO 400, 2s
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