Photographer's Note

This is a fusion of two time lapse pieces which I shot one right after the other. This allowed for me to expose for the moon and sky in one shot and it's reflections in the water in the other. The moon only needed a 20 second exposure, while the water needed a full 30 seconds. Also, this allowed me to despecle and reduce the resolution to remove the significant noise in the parent images. What you see here is the result: the moon masquerading as the sun. If you look closely you will see the motion blur of not only the moon, but also a few of the brighter stars.

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Additional Photos by Hubert Weldon (gravatar) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 164 W: 36 N: 279] (1586)
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