The sky was teasing me, crystal clear . . . between the puffy banks of silvery clouds. Jupiter, Saturn, and of course the Moon all looked tantalizingly attractive between the clouds, but the distant flashes of lightning kept me from wheeling out the C11 on its brand new casters. Instead, I grabbed the Sony a6000 and the 55-210 mm zoom lens (the longest I have that isn't a telescope) and snapped 25 frames to stack. It is difficult to focus on that little screen on the back. I missed. Oops. To salvage something interesting out of an otherwise crappy shot, I turned up the saturation and made a "mineral Moon" out of it.
Sony a6000, 210 mm, ISO 100, 1/125s, 25 lights. 17 degrees above the horizon.
Edited by Borodog, 22 September 2021 - 10:10 PM.