Strong Lunar Halo

Although the sky seemed rather milky the cirrus was thin enough for many of the brighter stars to shine through and the main constellations could still be recognised.

Composite of 3 images.

On the larger image the stars of Cassiopeia can be seen at upper left while the Square of Pegasus is just to the upper right of the halo.

Canon EOS 20D   22nd November 2007
Wiltshire, England

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