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    Default A very minimalist moon



    Dug this out of my old photo folder and thought I'd post up. I took this with an 11-year-old Nikon D1 (the first purpose-built DSLR) and a teleconverter stacked on a cheap '80s zoom lens.

    No real detail, but considering the hardwareinvolved I thought it was a good test of the low-end of technology.
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    It's easy on the eye.
    The colour/texture is lovely - like shot silk.
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    Yeah I like the colors as well.
    Actually quite a bit of detail in it really.
    Nice shot.
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