Lunar Rays From The Hunter’s Moon

Eliot Herman
Location of photo
Tucson AZ
Date/Time of photo
October 26, 2015
Nikon D810 and 16-35 mm VR lens at 35 mm
This is the lunar equivalent to solar crepuscular rays that are rarely observed. The Hunter's moon was a supermoon and with clouds in the right places the lunar rays emerged to view and photograph.
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