I can see two moons. Pretty impressive.
That is incredible!
I must say, I am so impressed with this shot. You have a powerful lens there!
From macro to massive! The only time I ever took a photo of the moon, it looked tiny - and Jupiter is a lot further away. Impressive. BTW thanks for commenting on my blog.
Nice !Your set up?
It very impressive. Maybe someday I can go to space to see Jupiter closer. :D
I clicked to enlarge which allowed me to zoom in again and I can see all four moons. Jupiter looks so cool, what an amazing shot. Well done.
what a wonderful sky... it shows the greatest of God...and we must realize it...
I love this picture.
There is a real simplistic beauty to your picture that I find captivating. The four moons are indeed easier to find when you enlarge the pic...
Wow. You have a powerful lens there! :D
Wow!!Im so impressed!! great work
Emm, that is breathtaking! how'd you do it? I've never seen Jupiter like that.
Love it, staring at itseems like it is going dim :-)
now that's cool!
Wow -- that's amazing. Nicely captured!
Is that for real? Wow! You captured it so well!
I love it! What camera did you use?Many thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come visit again tomorrow!
For some, reason. I can't seem to see anything. It's just a black photo. :(
just found your blog through Nature Mag and am so glad it's very interesting, this is a great shot
Amazing. Have no idea how you can capture such an amazing image of the night sky.
What lens did you use?
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