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#iPhonePhotography | 冬天木星 #Winters #Jupiter – July 2017 – on a mild very Frosty night…

July 19, 2017


On a very Mildly frosty night on a frosty night of 18th July 2017… it was a clear slightly wintery humid cold night in which it was slightly warmer than the previous week nights in which it has been extremely crispy silky cold due to southern  the polar Antarctica blast  that encompassed New Zealand, also  a very wet week.. Also cold Antarctica Auckland …. During this week’s night sky the planet Summery Wintery Planet still resides in the bodice of constellation Virgo the Virgin looking at an average of 800 Million Kilometres also averagely Forty minutes light minutes ago back in time… in which setting down early as it is during the Auckland Night sky… As the night sky progresses in which there was the Jupiter Galilean moons Io and Europa in which Europa was coming out from an Occultation coming out from behind in which, the moon Io is was in transiting progressively hours to the night in which travelling across eclipsing it shadow on to Jupiter atmospheric surface then onwards to the the other side..

#iPhonePhotography | 冬月 #winters #Moon Luna- Wintery July 2017- Waning Gibbous Closer before a polar blast Week- A Gallery…

July 13, 2017


As keyboarding today on 13th July 2017, on a massive winter polar blast week mostly blasting in New Zealand as temperatures serve plunging down bellows the ten degrees Celsius have massive down pours with Snow, gale force rain with some majority highway motorway road close along with other weathering closures ….. Only a few nights ago when it was clear wintery night sky on the 11th July 2017, in Auckland as the moon was going towards Waning Gibbous towards the New Moon….

 …. As the moon Luna goes towards the New Moon the moon rises later in the night…  Veiling the Terminator Veil, veiling her silky sating cratered lacy wedding dress with the Earth Shadow…

 As previous shown in a previous post from a modest distance photographs of the moon in shown it’s procession towards the full moon then this time it’s the other way around in which showing the other side the moon Luna going from post Full Moon..

As currently today, as I’m keyboarding writing up also uploading ..  it’s been mostly rainy today in Auckland with polar winds with freezing wintery polar conditions for the week in which South Island of New Zealand currently with massive snow coverage, in which is today it’s been mostly cloudy raining today…. Orthough the wintery nights …

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#iPhonePhotography | 冬月 #winters #Moon Luna- July 2017- From an almost New towards the almost full moon – A Gallery

July 9, 2017


As the Southern Hemisphere wintery month of July progressives, as to the phases of the moon in which the moon early this month the moon Luna…. As the  moon progresses through the new moon after a stormy June month with various following cyclones and hurricanes that ravaged through the New Zealand, with some townships, cities  that  have succumbed to flooding..

As the wintery month arrived with a very frozen air, a very wintery still frozen air in which provides sharpness in silky light for resolution in definition in which on summery season those images have a slight softness on how the images turned out with the summery increase in humidity as to the least wintery humidity….

In which those silky sharpness translates onto the from the moonlight  in which we see the various layers of moon in between silk, satin, chiffon cratered lacy  wedding dress.. in which I see the moon that way fashionably as when you look at type of material texturing of that particular wedding dress, you’ll see the layers the inside  silky lining outside satin dress shell ……in which you can see the mares the carters depths in which those lacy parts..

as you closer the surface of the moon is like a lacy wedding dress in with greys and whites undertones..

As the moon tends towards the full moon, most of the carters become more washed out by the lighted glare in so does the mares or the seas of the moon in which details become slightly noticeable… in which the best time to look at the moon is when it’s in first quarter from ten to seventy percent waxing gibbous in which there are least light in……

Today it’s been a raining out day today on the 6th July 2017…. In which today is also the launch of the Space X intelsat 35e from that Iconic NASA –KSC launch pad Launch complex 39A….., Today in which there were lot thunderstorms with an on mass of rain for the week. However a few …

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