Thank you, and as promised... your legacy shall be carried on. Btw, congrates on your new "gf". Can't wait to meet her... heheh.wheels said:Bro ...
Nice and clear shot you have here. Used a tripod?
Looks more like moon exploded instead.
eh .... where are the other shots you took? Show la....
Yah... agreed... I was at Esplanade shooting today... and the moon did a dance of hide and seek among the fluffy clouds tonight... FANTASTIC... as a backdrop against the Fullerton... but too bad... don't have the right lens or camera to capture the moment.spurssy said:From my experiences, 15th of each lunar month is the best for shooting moonrises for 2 simple reasons..
1. The moon is very bright, round and big!
2. Go to the beach for this one... today, the moon-rise will be very near sunset timing, so by the time the sun sets and the light is good (not too dark), the moon is in a perfect height above the horizon for ya to take that low moon (and its reflection). Incidently, the moon is bigger when near horizon.
However, the best moonrise i ever saw in Singapore was one year I was in Pulau Hantu for a BBQ, I was at the tip of the island where I saw the Sunset and moonrise simultaneously.. one at each side!