Crescent Moon In The Water

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Are you in the mood to watch something romantic? Light some candles, turn off those lights, and sit in front of your computer monitor—it’s about to get a little hot in here.

Just kidding! Ha. Come on. You should see the look on your face.

Anyway…

Have you ever seen a crescent Moon in the water? No? You’re in luck! Grab some popcorn and prepare to watch a boring movie. Wanna guess what it’s about? Yup! A crescent Moon in the water. The quality toward the beginning of the film is somewhat shitty. Please forgive my incompetence.

Water waves distorted the crescent Moon into a variety of obscure geometrical shapes. The waxing horns elongated and twisted into illuminated ribbons. Scaled entities under the water disrupted the still surface.

The movie includes footage recorded with a 102mm catadioptric telescope…oh! Don’t mind the slightly annoying cricket orchestra.

What is that smell? Right! Your popcorn must be done. Great. Fantastic. Butter your bowl and slap the play button!

 

 

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22 Comments on Crescent Moon In The Water

  1. Very peace and serene. Nice work Fly Trap Man

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    • I apologize for my late response! The Moon’s reflection in the water was somewhat difficult to focus on, but I’m glad it worked out (eventually). Thanks for watching!

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  2. Your post inspired me to write something related to this, so I’ll “ping” it back here, or something like that. I’ll post it tomorrow.

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  3. Nice meditative short

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  4. Wow, love this! Make it look like the moon was defending itself in the cosmos. What kind of camera are you using for the still?

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    • I apologize for the late reply! Your comment was placed in my spam folder.

      I used a Canon Rebel T5i and a 102mm Maksutov telescope (prime focus). The video was also recorded with the same telescope and camera. If you have any more questions, then feel free to ask! Thanks for commenting.

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    • I forgot to mention: the Moon in the water was recorded with a Canon 75-300mm zoom lens.

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      • I use the same camera but have yet to try the video on it. Gives me ideas! Thank you!! 🙂

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      • The Canon Rebel T5i is a versatile camera, especially for the price. The video capability is a little outdated, but that doesn’t mean it’s obsolete. The articulating LCD screen is very useful.

        If you happen to use the Canon 75-300mm kit lens, then you’ll be able to easily record lunar footage (with a tripod or mount).

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  5. Fly me to the moon on your kite…y’r a star and the musical accomplishment is just perfect. Loved the performance.

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  6. Yes indeed, ‘the crickets did all the work’. How dare you suggest they could be annoying. I love crickets! Love them, you hear?! Now go fly a kite!

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  7. Looking at your kite and moon, I just realized what FTM can also stand for – “(F)ly me (T)o the (M)oon!” Aren’t I a clever skeleton man?

    ~PR

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  8. That was quite lovely! Cool effects, Fly. I like your silhouette art, too — gee, I want an FTM kite… I bet it would almost touch the moon. 😀

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  9. I like how peaceful it is.

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