Day 19 Part Deux — Full Moon

I am intrigued by the moon and how relatively easy it is to get such detail in moon shots. Last night I took a couple of shots of a 98% waxing gibbous moon, whatever that means, and tonight, with the full moon, I tried two different settings. They look almost the same to me. It was windy out so the neighbor’s cypress was swaying in front of the moon which I thought made a kind of interesting compostion. A crack in the moon?
300mm, ISO 200, F/16, 1/200 — amazingly, the Sunny f/16 rule! — Cropped
300mm, ISO 640, f/5.6, 1/4000, Cropped300mm, ISO 640, f/5.6, 1/4000, Cropped

Day 19 — Droplets

I’m still operating in a cold-medicine-induced fog so my judgment for selection of today’s subject is questionable. However, I thought the droplets on the granite shelf in my shower were interesting and I like the detail of the granite’s texture, revealed in the edges of the bright light reflection. I always think of the granite as smooth but it has lots of pock marks.

35mm lens
ISO 500