All three of the pix posted today are from the same original photo, taken years ago with a rather high-end loaner camera that I had no idea how to work with. I also had no idea of how to take night pictures. (I'm still not all that more savvy on that second point, but at least I know a tripod would be a great help.) However, I had fun snapping away, as did the friend who drove us to the beach to see what we could capture with our respective cameras. When I stumbled this morning over the original for today's pix (one of the few I kept from the slew I took) it cried out to be brought up in Photoshop. Three of the results are posted here today. This first above is "Full Moon Over Goleta Pier" (6-19-14 1010061ev3). The second below is "Slipping the Net" (6-19-14 1010061ev9):
And the third below is "Reaching for the Moon" (1010061 ev10):
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