Since my last post, the moon has waned through its later stages, waxing again to 1st quarter behind banks of cloud. The skies finally relented the continuous stream of cloud and rain, revealing the lunar surface… somewhat. This photograph wasn’t exactly taken in clear skies, but was still shrouded by a thick, hazy cloud. That wasn’t a big problem, while it does drastically decrease contrast to the lunar viewer, a camera’s smaller dynamic range will not pick up much of the haze if exposed properly, and allowed me to photograph the moon with out an exceeding amount of contrast lost.
However, during the days of infernal clouds I have not been idle. I will post some photographs I have taken throughout the spring, unrelated to astrophotography.