1921 – Fingernail Moon

I’ve been in Carinthia one day earlier today, because I had to bring the car to a car repair shop.

The appointment was for 8:00, thus I started out early and also made some images. The Image of the Day with its perfect alignment of moon and the mountain Mittagskogel was one of them.

I used ISO 640 and by accident I kept ISO at that for the whole day. That’s the kind of stupidity that you end up with when a camera does not have reasonably intelligent auto ISO ๐Ÿ™‚

Oh, by the way, you may remember that I wished Nikon would implement auto ISO in a way that takes focal length into account. Good news: wish granted. Bad news: so far only on the D4 ๐Ÿ˜€

The Song of the Day is “Fingernail Moon” from Annie Lennox’ 2007 album “Songs Of Mass Destruction”. Hear it on YouTube.

4 thoughts on “1921 – Fingernail Moon”

  1. Instead of auto ISO, I’d rather the camera ring a bell to remind me to check my ISO – among other settings, of course, like white balance, lol.

    Love that sliver of moon above the mountain.

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