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Posted By: Bob Harris, 06-23-2013, 03:36 AM

Viewing the moon through Colorado smoke filled sky. Fires continue to rage near the small town of South Fork, which soon may be lost to fire.
http://gazette.com/wildfire-roundup-creede-now-threatened-by-west-fork-fire-...rticle/1502620

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and to the West earlier, we had this sunset. "through the powerlines".
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Good color of Super Moon.
We missed it because it is in the rainy season.
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Great colors Bob. Keeping my fingers crossed that those fires are over soon.

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Good color of Super Moon.
We missed it because it is in the rainy season.
With the smoke, it looks more like a Halloween Moon, wish we had some of that rain in Colorado.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
With the smoke, it looks more like a Halloween Moon, wish we had some of that rain in Colorado.
Great shots - and if you want rain, can't you take some of that which has fallen on France lately? It appears that here, the weather gods have decided to skip spring and summer entirely, and go straight from winter into autumn.....
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Some nice shots Bob.
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Love both of these shots Bob, well spotted and well captured.

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Super moon over Lake Ontario tonight

I was also challenged by the opportunity tonight to capture the moon. Had a bit of haze and cloud over the water which didn't help...
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Great shots - and if you want rain, can't you take some of that which has fallen on France lately? It appears that here, the weather gods have decided to skip spring and summer entirely, and go straight from winter into autumn.....

It's too bad this area isn't getting more rain, it is very dry with winds every day it seems. I'm afraid the worse of the fires has yet to come. Try to stay dry.
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I was also challenged by the opportunity tonight to capture the moon. Had a bit of haze and cloud over the water which didn't help...
Great job, love the color and clarity
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Some nice shots Bob.
thanks Tim, always appreciated.
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Love both of these shots Bob, well spotted and well captured.
thanks EM, these are so much easier to shoot than roses I have found.
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Beautiful images Bob. Didn't get to see the super moon here, too cloudy.
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Beautiful images Bob. Didn't get to see the super moon here, too cloudy.
thank you Dennis, it wasn't as big as last years big moon.
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