Several weeks ago I heard an interview on NPR with Paul Simon talking about his recent and final album “In the Blue Light”. The album is a brilliant reimaging of 10 songs he said he always wanted to revisit. The interview got me thinking about images I’d like to revisit and apply a few things I’ve learned over the last couple of years. With this in mind, here we have “Blue Moon 7/31/15”. Photographing the moon is not exactly straight forward and rendering it was also a bit of a challenge. I've always been fascinated with the color of the clouds surrounding the moon and I feel I finally was able to capture some of that and emphasize it. While I was never really happy with the original image, I’m pleased with how this last effort turned out. The next Blue Moon occurs in 2020. Try and try again.
Canon 7D, 400 mm
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