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                   Thursday, August 26, 2010 - 9:09PM CDT

More moonrise HDRs; Crop duster

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One last attempt at moonrise tonight - at least until our next series of clear-sky full-moon evenings. These two images are again "manual HDR" composites of two separate exposures of the same scene (one exposed for the landscape, the other for the moon). These are the railroad tracks on the east side of New Baden, looking east.

Earlier in the day, as I was heading home from Fairview Heights, a crop duster plane swept over the road at what seemed like 30 feet overhead. I stopped to grab a few shots.

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