Kamila Mazurkiewicz
Image taken:
May. 5, 2012
near Puławy, Poland
Expectations for the east of the Moon were quite restless. From the southeast to the northeast was the band of low clouds. I watched the sun hiding, then rang a friend and asked "do you see the Moon?". I turned around and, in fact, the Moon showed up shyly from behind the clouds. I quickly changed my place of observation, because the Moon was already quite high. And then... little crazy - Moon helplessly entangled in the pole of high-voltage... At first, one of the photos looked like a giant lollipop, at home, I found that it may well be a cartoon man with a mega head :) Canon 20D, Sigma 70-300 mm, Synta 1200 mm, ISO100
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