It was a clear sky and I could not resist to capture the Moon. With clear skies like this you can really get a high detailed photo of the Moon.
It is fascinating to see all it's different stages and being able to see the craters from the Earth. You can even see where the Apollo 11 landing spot is on this photo.
No telescope on Earth can see the leftover descent stages of the Apollo Lunar Modules or anything else Apollo-related, but I still find it interesting.
|Camera:||Canon EOS R5|
|Lens adapters:||Canon Extender EF 2x III|
|Canon EF-EOS R Control Ring Mount Adapter|
|Lens:||Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS II USM|
|Tripod head:||Leofoto VH-30|