Twenty-four little hours. Well, to be exact, 22 little hours and 45 little minutes. I tried hand holding another moon shot, this time with the Vibration Reduction set to “on” and I was more successful this morning. In addition, the moon was a bit higher in the sky causing me to lean back a bit so the camera rested on my face steadying it even more.
This morning, the moon is in its “last quarter” phase. They sky actually had blue in it this morning when I took the shot but the smaller aperture and finer ISO made it darker than yesterday’s shot.
Focal Length 400mm, ISO 200, f/13, 1/200