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This is the back of a mirror from the Tang dynasty (from 618 to 907). I find the detail working of the gold to be impressive. This hand-work  shows the great skill of the Chinese craftsmen who made the mirror.

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1 hour ago, DaveCollins said:

The Q2 continues to impress me. I am surprised that I can see structures on the moon from a 28mm lens.

 

Nice exposure. So often the moon is blown out. You are smarter!! 

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4 hours ago, DaveCollins said:

The Q2 continues to impress me. I am surprised that I can see structures on the moon from a 28mm lens.

 

I was impressed by your picture.  I gave it a try but maybe a bit too late with no context.  Still could make out some details in my view even with the heavy cropping.

 

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6 hours ago, Cheesehead said:

I was impressed by your picture.  I gave it a try but maybe a bit too late with no context.  Still could make out some details in my view even with the heavy cropping.

 

Wow, that is an excellent image of the moon. The color is right on. In my image of the harbor at the Navy Yard above, the moon was shining through atmospheric haze since it was still low. The haze caused the moon to take on an off color. But your image appears to be free of that sort of effect. In order to get my moon image to come out with the harbor visible required me to compromise on the exposure of the moon. 

I don't think your moon shot needs any context. It looks great as-is.

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