Love The Clouds - Week #127 - Moon-Shine Clouds πŸŒ›πŸŒ—πŸŒœ

This week I am going to go a little different with my clouds by presenting to you some moon-shine clouds, I couldn't help but notice in the last few days how shiny and perfectly shaped the moon has been while sitting on my back porch just relaxing and chilling after another day's hard work in the big town, I was looking up at the full moon and was quite taken back with these hundreds of cotton clouds surrounding the moon and with the moon light shining on these clouds it was making this whole scenery look amazing, I just had to get my old Sony camera out which I haven't used for a while to try and zoom in closer to see what was going on up there and these are the results from my Sony camera didn't do a bad job after being sitting in the closet for quite a while.


This first close up photo of the moon looks like a explosion of gases took place on the moon love the effects and the ring of light around the moon looks like an Aura surrounding the moon.

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These next photos of the moon-shine, I took the next day again the moon was surrounded by hundreds of little cotton clouds only this time I was playing around with my Samsung Ultra 21 smartphone and I was surprised in how it captured the moon and those wonderful cotton clouds in pretty fine detail today's technology with smartphones is just beyond this is the reason my Sony camera stays in the closet so long to heavy to carry around 5kg of camera gear, it's not needed only for special occasions. Hope you like my change of scenery to moon-shine clouds for this week enjoy. πŸŒ›πŸŒ–πŸŒœ


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Love The Clouds - Week #127 by @tobetada



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When I saw the thumbnail I thought "wow" and still I say WOW, this is an amazing shot, my friend. These clouds are nice anyway, but this "window" with the moon in the center is stunning 😍


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Thank you @johannpiber it was the perfect night to capture that moon and my Sony camera did all the work 😁

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Well, the best camera can't take the shot without the person behind it who presses the shutter button at the right moment βœŒοΈπŸ˜‰


Cheers and !BEER
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This is true @johannpiber but doesn't always work that way but do try my best πŸ‘

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You're doing very well if you ask me, my friend ✌️


!PIZZA and !BEER - sounds like a nice dinner :)
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so beautiful! The moon is like a jewel spreading its power and strength around. oh my god, I'm thinking of fantasy movies πŸ˜…
It’s really beautiful

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Haha your spreading your imagination @kimloan thank you for your poetry that's really lovely 😊

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I think the old Sony brought more warmth into photography actually more realistic to the white glow of smartphone.

Very different quantity and texture to clouds between the two nights, capturing the moment on both exceptional to go back to enjoy especially third one in full halo effect!

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Thank you @joanstewart had to clean the cobwebs out of my Sony first but it did come out shinning, I wanted to try both ways but as you say with the Sony it's more realistic.

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Nice to have the big camera around the home and portable smartphone when out and about walking.

New technology is amazing, skill more required with full camera and lenses, using both you have a backup automatically which could also help.

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Definitely @joanstewart I do bring it out of the closet just to see if it's still alive but the smartphone gets the most bashing am due for a update soon looking forward to that 😊

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All depends on what conditions you are in, finding the right feeling with final result. Many photographers prefer RAW file which smartphone technology may not offer, but offers other great features by what I understand.

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This is true and that's how I look at it depending how serious the photography work needs to be and what it's for then I bring the more professional camera along if needed πŸ‘

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Being an amateur purely photographing to share and enjoy myself I enjoy trying to obtain unusual things I see in nature, or interesting, always fun.

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You don't do to bad for a amateur and I like visiting your post to see them unusual things you come across in Africa always interesting @joanstewart πŸ‘

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I enjoy sharing when I get to write, I think I could live anywhere in the world and would find something interesting. A deep rooted love of Africa my home I don't think I am swayed easily knowing after travel what it meant to be back.

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Me to @joanstewart I feel the same way I love to travel for new content and enjoy different cultures but always enjoy coming home to my little paradise.

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No place like home, such an awesome saying since it rings true to how we appreciate where we live in the world.

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Really beautiful. You actually beat me to it as I was planning to enter some night clouds with the full moon too but luckily yours came first. My photos are way inferior to the ones you shared here. Amazing shots.

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Ohh...am sorry @gems.and.cookies and thank you but why not post yours also love to see them πŸ‘

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Maybe when I get a better camera, my friend. This is for your eyes only πŸ‘€ πŸ˜„

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A nice blue but I see what you mean I am sure there is another cloud out there waiting for you preferably a day cloud 😁

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I love the 'aura' effect around your amazing moon photos @kohsamui99. I can see aura light around objects, nature's plants etc. I would love to progress and see people's auras, maybe one day.

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