Lunar Sunset

The sun and its golden glow had long since disappeared beyond the western horizon. You could be forgiven for thinking the sunset was over.

Looking high up into the eastern sky however the golden orange light of a west bound sun still clung to the clouds.

There amidst that orange glow a waning gibbous moon shone incongruous in an evening sky.

Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Lunar Sunset’, 1/800s f/5 ISO320 200mm

One thought on “Lunar Sunset

  1. did you get a shot of the crescent moon rising with the anzac dawn along with a beautiful venus morning star?

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