Rising partly eclipsed Moon during twilight | Zbigniew ZEMBATY

Zbigniew ZEMBATY
Location of photo
Opole, South-West Poland, Europe
Date/Time of photo
December 10th, 16h 44m CET
Canon EOS 50D with Canon zoom lense 70-300 (at 300mm) f=8 exposure 1.3s, ISO=800
The Moon was still partly eclipsed when it was rising in Central Europe. By a chance the cloudy afternoon made it possible for the Moon to appear right behind the Opole Cathedral Tower. One can even see marking of year 1899 - the year the bell towers of the Cathedral brought their actual shape.
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