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Red Moon

Red Moon-1-A09A2020-001

————- (Photo above was taken by Tamron Mirror SP 500mm F8)

Even after one o’clock early morning (?), I noticed pretty late moon rise.  

But the moon, as red as the blood. (It’s a bit of  joking.   🙂 )  

But even without the joke, the moon was unusually red.  Is that the sign of

the Greece collapsing, the China disintegrating ?  Japanese volcano ?  

I’m not a superstitious man, still, to see such a red moon is not very comfortable.


I hope should the world see a peaceful sunrise in the few hours time.


PS:  (on the next day)  Thanks goodness, nothing serious happened.

(And this is my 777th Post !   🙂  )

Moon-Tamron500-1-A09A2020-002 PPS: For somebody’s request,

I show you the original photo which

was 5760×3840 pix size.

(Clopped photo above was 827×828)

( —– since it has been exported

the photo has no original size here.)

Unless we need a huge enlargement

a photo of 800×800 is pretty usable isn’t it ? !   🙂


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  1. elenacaravela said, on July 9, 2015 at 18:08

    Thank goodness! It does make a lovely image.

  2. 13th Moon | Yoshizen's Blog said, on January 12, 2017 at 11:52

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  3. Yoshizen's Blog said, on August 14, 2017 at 00:46

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  4. Oct’ Moon by SONY | Yoshizen's Blog said, on October 9, 2017 at 10:16

    […] A7R.   The picture was taken through the double glazed window therefore it was not as sharp as “Red Moon”.   Something peculiar was that the supposedly the same Tamron 500 mm lens’ image looks […]

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