Under Observation…

As a photographer, you are some sort of an observer or a watcher and sometimes some sort of paparazzi, waiting for something to occur and to get away with great images. But your interest in watching and taking photos should be without harming or hassling somebody/someone. Neither the stars, the moon and all the other obstacles in the sky won´t complain about me, nor my dog and the trees, etc.! Yes, sometimes (mostly) my children and my wife do, but that´s another story! To cut a long story short, here are some of my favs from the last couple of days. All images are made within 200 mtr. of my backyard. Enjoy! 


Storm´s coming up



Airplane´s crossing



A morning to remember…



Jupiter and his friends (the fourth moon is covered by J.; see the bump on the right side of J.)



Rising, waning, crescent moon



Airplane on the way to moon



Painted in pastel colors



Seahorse in the sky



Set-up for watching (moon: between left and middle tripodleg, jupiter:little dot,right from telescope) 



Stars along the milky way



 “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”     (Elliott Erwitt, American photographer, born 1928 in Paris)

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