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Midnight Moon

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Friday June 1, 2012

Auckland, New Zealand

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17. fotomacc
7:38 PM GMT on June 01, 2012
LOL indeed.
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16. Willow13
1:18 PM GMT on June 01, 2012
Quoting fotomacc:
Yep Katy - we are upside down and back to front. You don't realise just how difficult it is clinging on by our toes and hanging upside down. It's amazing the blood does not rush to our heads.


LOL!! ;-)

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15. fotomacc
11:20 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
No, DB, we never will. But it was a good, fun, discussion. :-)
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14. DarkBroomer
10:40 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
Great capture and discussion here !!! Returning to the same basics, the egg before the hen or vice-versa LOL !!! Guess we'll never know !!! DB
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13. fotomacc
5:36 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
I guess deciding who was up, and who was not, happened a long long time ago Don. Probably stemmed from there being more civilization in the northern hemisphere, and they were obviously standing upright.
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12. MNTornado
4:56 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
LOL
Just invert the photo and it would look normal to us on the top side. Good point Duane, who decided which why is up?
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11. fotomacc
4:24 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
Katy - you must stop giving me complimentary comments like that. :-)

And, if you have reached today already, you better hurry and get some sleep before the sun comes up again.
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10. katy99780
4:13 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
John you are a lunatic.... :)

Good grief, it's tomorrow... now I AM topsy-turvy!
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9. fotomacc
4:00 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
Yours is much nicer Charlotte. I think I'll throw my camera away - it's superfluous. :-) or :-(
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8. llpj04
3:48 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
Wow That is Weird looking compared to the one I took!
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7. fotomacc
3:33 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
Have a look at the afternoon shot posted not long after this shot for the northern perspective. I'll try fo a southern afternoon shot a little later myself. :-)

Duane, we used to have a big map on a billboard at Auckland Airport a few years ago.

Thanks all for joining in the fun.
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6. RenoSoHill
3:23 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
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5. katy99780
3:13 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
Gil I'd probably end up pointing the camera backwards, at myself!

John I could do with a little better circulation to my brain, (!) maybe I should get down there and I'd become smart! :P

Seriously though, this is a great moon shot.
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4. RenoSoHill
3:13 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
Often wondered why North was up, maybe it was the Vikings that started it. If it was the Ausie's - South would be up, which would make the Mississippi flow uphill...?
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3. gilg72
3:04 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
Great shot John, and LOL Great explanation on this as I would have been wondering about it myself,
Katy, I guess if you were there and wanting to shoot the moon, you would point your camera downward?!! Have to re-figure your camera settings!

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2. fotomacc
2:36 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
Yep Katy - we are upside down and back to front. You don't realise just how difficult it is clinging on by our toes and hanging upside down. It's amazing the blood does not rush to our heads.
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1. katy99780
1:32 AM GMT on June 01, 2012
John this is gorgeous! Funny how it looks to be at an awkward angle... from what I see where I live.

You really capture the sharpness of the craters.
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What a great place our world is, and what better place to get to see it than here at WunderPhotos. Thank you every one for sharing your scenes with us all. I hope to share with you some images from New Zealand. I hope you enjoy them. Please forgive me if I do not comment frequently on your images : so many photos - so little time.

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