Reader Tony Travaglia from Oamaru, New Zealand, has sent in this fantastic image of a halo around the Moon (click on the image for a larger version). He was testing out a new lens, a Cannon 70-200 f2.8 zoom lens attached to a Canon 40D, 1.5 sec exposure and 400 ISO. The results are amazing, the colours are clear and bright, and the Moon is hardly over exposed. I look forward to seeing more images from Tony with this new lens.
Labels: astrophotography, Moon, Tony Travaglia