Supermoon Sunday

The moon appeared substantially larger than usual as it reached its closest point to earth tonight. It is not as big from this part of the world but the regional haze pollution added a nice orangey glow to it.

Olympus OM-D, ISO 200, f6.7, 1/20 sec.

Supermoon Sunday

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  1. I remain amazed, enthralled, thrilled and moved beyond belief by your work. I have NEVER been this emotionally involved and engaged with an artist’s work to this extent. First and foremost, I thank you for you allowing such extraordinary access you your extraordinary work. Your commentary is as brilliant as your work; you are, in my opinion, an artist, a teacher, a life-guide and a visionary. I hope that you do, one day, publish your work in a book – I will absolutely pass your website address to friends, family, colleagues and co-workers so that they can share with me my love of and devotion to your magnificent preternatural work.

    With Warmesf Regards,

    Michael

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