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beefy

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last nights supermoon
« on: 21:34:56, 08/04/20 »
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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #1 on: 22:12:11, 08/04/20 »
Very good pet  O0

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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #2 on: 22:24:06, 08/04/20 »
Wow! Nice shot beefy O0
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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #3 on: 03:09:29, 09/04/20 »
Awoooooo!  Gorgeous.

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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #4 on: 07:27:45, 09/04/20 »
Stunning shot, beefy.  O0


I tried but failed - still haven't fully got to grips with the old digital zoom camera that I have dug out of a cupboard.


PS - so glad that you didn't call it a 'Pink' moon, a stupid Americanisation.
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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #5 on: 09:08:28, 09/04/20 »
Ah, so that's what it looked like :) I got up specially but it was cloudy here :(
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beefy

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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #6 on: 09:09:24, 09/04/20 »
Thanks everyone  :)
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mananddog

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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #7 on: 09:13:07, 09/04/20 »
I took a few photos too. Only on my cheap bridge camera but they look OK.

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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #8 on: 09:41:37, 09/04/20 »
PS - so glad that you didn't call it a 'Pink' moon, a stupid Americanisation.

It was definitely a reddish colour though, more than it appears in Beefy's picture (no criticism, Beefy, it's still a great shot).

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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #9 on: 11:11:53, 09/04/20 »
Nice one Beefy  O0 .  I took a few but haven't looked at them properly yet.  I had had a glass or two of wine so suspect they won't be great :-[

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Re: last nights supermoon
« Reply #10 on: 14:01:11, 09/04/20 »
It was definitely a reddish colour though, more than it appears in Beefy's picture (no criticism, Beefy, it's still a great shot).
Pink Moon has nothing to do with colour or in this case color.
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