Lunar Halo Time Lapse

This sequence over over an hour and a half shows a weak 22 degree halo coming and going. The green blob is a lens reflection which moves down as the moon moves up through the field of view.

The green lens reflection and radial streaks weren't obvious in the finder but show up clearly in the long exposures.

The cirrus is picking up the distant light pollution giving an orange cast.

Canon EOS 20D   25th October 2010
Wiltshire, England

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