I guess we all know a full moon occurs because it’s opposite the sun. And so is Jupiter right now. Together, the moon and Jupiter are the brightest and second-brightest orbs of the night sky.
With no clouds last night over Arizona the sky sparkled. Though rather chilly so I hurried and didn’t drag out the tripod. Maybe the new lens will come today and I’ll try again, with tripod, and dressed warmer.
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