Earth Satellite

Canon 5D MkII, Zuiko Auto-T 300mm 1:4.5, Olympus Teleconverter 2X-A, Fotodiox OM to EOS lens converter.

I know we’ve all seen this before. But somehow I felt compelled to post this picture. I found myself just mesmerized for 15 minutes, looking at every nook and cranny of the surface, wondering, witnessing this celestial body that is Earth’s natural satellite. I shot this with the help of a Zuiko 300mm f/4.5 with an Olympus 2x teleconverter and a tripod. The effective focal length gives me a reach of 600mm. Photo was cropped about 40% in to show more of the details of the surface.

The surface of the moon

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