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Tuesday, 02 December 2008

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Funny you should mention this. Earlier today I was looking at a picture gallery on an Australian news website (The Age) where they have 10 such shots of that "cosmic event", here :

http://www.theage.com.au/news/photogallery/news/general/over-the-moon/2008/12/02/1227979974960.html

When I looked up, the skies were less cheerful: http://flickr.com/photos/lensjoy/3078490291/

Marcin,
Still a very cool picture.

Mike J.

Marcin - that's the Cubist smiley, surely!

I was doing a shoot in the park and we were wrapping up. The we checked out the sky, so we set back up for a few more images. Here's one: http://homepage.mac.com/mrljb/20081130Firegrace/content/bin/images/large/img20081130_0180.jpg

Not the best ever, but I had about 30 seconds after I got home from work before the clouds covered everything up, and never had my D90 out in the dark before.

http://ericzbeard.smugmug.com/gallery/2157006_RmQnu/1/429921846_QNgfy/Large

Not sure you still care about that event, but the Sacramento Bee's "The Frame" has a collection of large images on the topic:

http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/photos/2008/12/017525.html

This was what it looked like in Minneapolis.

http://www.davidjturnernews.com/

Mike, I grabbed a quick handheld shot early in the evening near Sydney (Australia) of the "Smiley" Moon - displayed at http://www.noexpectations.com.au/images/smiley-moon-1

Cheers, --Kip

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