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2009's Special Full Moon


This photograph was taken on the 10th of January'09 - a full moon day. I guess the first full moon day of 2009.

It is said that on that day 2009's biggest and brightest full moon appeared. (well, thats y i took the photo ;) )

14% bigger and 30% brighter...!!! (smiling at me you see) it was looking like a cheese ball that day...!!

This photograph was shot with an Olympus digital SLR camera 40-150mm lens on full zoom from my terrace with a portion of the coconut palm (to add some poetic effect). 16/5 s exposure time with f-number 14.

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  1. Nice photo, but the 'KKC Photgraphy' spoils the mood :(... Flickr next time :)

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  2. will do sudharsh.. still i want to watermark my photos.. :)

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  3. Photo looks great! Try to post it large, so that the visitors will get a better feel.
    Also try posting more photos, you have got an SLR, try experimenting. All the best!

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  4. Thank you to whoever has posted the comment before mine... I dont understand what is your name :) the photo can be viewed in a large size if u click on it :) will upload my experiments soon :)

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