Moon and Jupiter conjunction

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When walking back from the restaurant where we've eaten on Friday night I noticed a conjunction between the Moon and a bright "star". Checking my maps it turned out to be Jupiter. Both images are taken at f/2 aperture and a focal length of 55mm. The images of the Moon were taken with a shutter speed of1/3200s. In the conjunction image I superimposed an image taken at 1/400s to brighten up Jupiter.

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I see that much PHP programmers are also photographers ;)

And I thought that you can never get so nice pic at 55mm... silly me

I'll try to take one with the 300mm lens tonight - the moon should be sufficiently "full" for it.

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