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Vinography Images: Moon Over Sonoma


Moon Over Sonoma
SONOMA COUNTY, CA: A full moon rises over an oak tree in Alexander Valley.

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Comments (4)

John wrote:
01.28.12 at 11:01 AM

This is a wonderful picture, thank you for sharing these. They are an excellent part of your site. And as much as I admire George Rose's photographs I also believe people should have full disclosure of what they are looking at. In this case the moon is upside-down. Either this picture was taken in the southern hemisphere (Australia? South Africa? doesn't look like New Zealand), or the moon was photo-shopped in.

Alder wrote:
01.28.12 at 3:40 PM

I'll be damned. I'm guessing photoshop rather than mis-attribution of the photo's location.

George Rose wrote:
01.30.12 at 6:17 AM

Actually, Photoshop was used in this photograph. The exposure of the moon was made minutes before the exposure of the tree and surrounding landscape. The two images were stitched together making one image. The moon is exactly in the position as it rose in the Northern California sky.

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