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    Well, here are some more. You can see Saturn as a little yellow dot to the bottom left of the Moon in the first one:




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    The 60 sec exposure has sadly burnt out any detail on the Moon. It's tricky with a bridge camera at times. even with that said , you still got a better shot than me , I got zilch ! It was just too Super Cloudy here last night on the Horizon.

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    I like that shot where you can see both Saturn and the moon.
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    Thanks for the comments - I was actually trying to overexpose the Moon to show its brightness and to make it illuminate the surroundings.

 

 

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