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Harvest Moon Set @ Crater Lake
Photo By Sathya R

  • Title: Harvest Moon Set @ Crater Lake
  • State/Province/Region: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Crater Lake
  • Nearest Town: Chemult
  • Description: When things are at extreme, sometimes polarities just flip :) The below shot is a moon set, yes you read that right, it is the moon set and not sun set. It was one of those rare twilight moments during the beginning of the harvest months, when the moon is fiery, large & bright - due to its low position in the horizon. The colors were as is and not modified. The telephoto lens helped capture the scene and the compression helped enhance the size of the moon.
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Keywords:  Natural WondersTrees
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