I can see two moons. Pretty impressive.
That is incredible!
I must say, I am so impressed with this shot. You have a powerful lens there!
From macro to massive! The only time I ever took a photo of the moon, it looked tiny - and Jupiter is a lot further away. Impressive. BTW thanks for commenting on my blog.
Nice !Your set up?
It very impressive. Maybe someday I can go to space to see Jupiter closer. :D
I clicked to enlarge which allowed me to zoom in again and I can see all four moons. Jupiter looks so cool, what an amazing shot. Well done.
what a wonderful sky... it shows the greatest of God...and we must realize it...
I love this picture.
There is a real simplistic beauty to your picture that I find captivating. The four moons are indeed easier to find when you enlarge the pic...
Wow. You have a powerful lens there! :D
Wow!!Im so impressed!! great work
Hi, John, I don't know how you found my blog and my Jupiter picture but thank you so much for your nice comment. I think your picture is amazing also. I wonder why the different colors, yours is kind of green and mine is blue. Yours is actually a lot better shot, you have a better camera, I just enlarged mine till you could see it.
Emm, that is breathtaking! how'd you do it? I've never seen Jupiter like that.
Love it, staring at itseems like it is going dim :-)
now that's cool!
Wow -- that's amazing. Nicely captured!
Is that for real? Wow! You captured it so well!
I love it! What camera did you use?Many thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come visit again tomorrow!
For some, reason. I can't seem to see anything. It's just a black photo. :(
just found your blog through Nature Mag and am so glad it's very interesting, this is a great shot
Amazing. Have no idea how you can capture such an amazing image of the night sky.
What lens did you use?
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