Full Moon at 300mm

Full Moon at 300mm, originally uploaded by Shiny Things.

So while I was in the States, I picked up the spectacular 300mm f/2.8 IS lens (which I used for this Key West photo). Shame to have that much glass and not use it… and it’s a full moon tonight, so here’s a snap of the full moon. Who needs a telescope?

JRE strongly recommends looking at the full-resolution version of this photo, because it’s so sharp you could cut yourself: the full-res version is right here.

Obligatory plug: I bought the lens from B&H Photo Video, and the service was impeccable (plus, no sales tax). Highly recommended.

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One Response to Full Moon at 300mm

  1. Jim says:

    There’s a bear in there,
    with sunnies on…..

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