Tuesday, November 3, 2009

The Moon with its Halo.

Today, Wednesday November 4, 2009 around 1 A.M with a brisk temperature of about 30 degrees F the moon was seen with a special friend....a circular Halo. I thought it was very neat out so i decided to shoot it. Now these are not the best photos i have taken, they involve a very neat subject so i decided to post them up!

Photos were taken just outside of the Towers resident complex on the campus of Central Michigan University.

Info cut from wikipedia:
A circular halo, often referred to as just a halo, is formed by the refraction of sunlight through cloud suspended ice crystals as opposed to raindrops or other liquid water suspended in the air

Moon w/ Halo

Thanks for looking!


    this photo is ballller, i thought about taking one tonight but i didn't want to wait for the exposure/had homework/i fail, but i am soo glad you made pictures of it, and also you def. picked the perfect time to pull out the fisheye/wideangle/whatever.
    nice work!

  2. i remember seeing that, but i didn't know what it was called. i didn't know what to think when i saw it, it was crazy cool.