Yesterday’s big perspective theme stumped me . . . until I arrived at work this morning.
As I walked outside, I looked up, expecting the same overcast, cloudy sky obscuring the morning moon.
To my surprise, the clouds had begun to dissipate, their rapid movement permitting brief glimpses of a majestic silver orb suspended in a sea of blue.
I ran inside to the science supplies, grabbed the telescope I’d been experimenting with, rushed out to the nearly-empty parking lot, and pointed the sighting lens at my target.
After a few brief adjustments, everything was in place. Lacking a camera mount and unable to correctly focus the telescope, I did the next best thing: I placed my camera against the sighting lens, manually focused, and clicked when I thought the frame appeared decent.
I took six photographs overall, but only one captured the moon with minimal shake.
I’ll let you be the judge of any relative success: