Last night there was a Halo around the Moon
Around 10pm last night I saw a status update on Facebook to say there was a halo shinning around the moon. I stuck my head out the window on an ice cold evening to see it. There are quite a few street lights on my road so I decided to jump on my bike to the common and shoot from there in the darkness. Here's how I saw the Moon last night;
It's essential to shoot from the Tripod in these conditions to get sharp images;
Yes, you can certainly take a picture of the Halo around the Moon. The Halo is a very bright ring of light surrounding the Moon. This ring is caused by ice crystals high in our atmosphere. As sunlight shines through these crystals, they bend the light into a 22-degree circle around the Moon. I will add my taken pictures of this hollow in nature template downloaded from http://masterbundles.com/templates/presentations/powerpoint/nature/ source. Hopefully, you will like my taken pictures.
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