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23 Photographs of the Moon with Peace and Tranquility

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By: Darlene Hildebrandt

 

The moon and night sky is a mysterious thing. Photographs of the moon can be tricky, but done well can convey an overwhelming sense of peacefulness and calm. I love doing night photography and when you can get the stars, moon or the Milky Way it’s even better.

Enjoy these images of the moon and allow yourself to star gaze and be inspire

Moonlight shadows by Otto Ch. Hütter on 500px.com

Bats under the moonlight by Weerapong Chaipuck on 500px.com

Winter Night by Arild Heitmann on 500px.com

 

Lunar Eclipse Over Mt Shasta R… by Sean Bagshaw on 500px.com

Dying Earth by Michael Goh on 500px.com

El Matadors View by Ted Gore on 500px

The Blood Moon by Timothy Green on 500px.com

Road to Nowhere – Supermoon by Aaron Groen on 500px.com

Golden Bay: When Night Falls by Yan Zhang on 500px.com

Winding Owens by Nagesh Mahadev on 500px

BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON by Michelle Cobble on 500px

Storybook by Jeff Lewis on 500px

Pearly Gates to Nirvana by Yuga Kurita on 500px

The Polarizer by Miles Morgan on 500px

 

Moon by Uccio78 on 500px

(Okay that was a sneaky one – it’s not the moon but I think the image is great so I shared it)

 

Ancient Memories by Raza Durrani on 500px

The Old Bridge by Mostafa Hamad on 500px

with filter by Kajo_Kamil_Sadlon on 500px

Paying Reverence To The Rising Moon by Jeff Deveau on 500px

Halo by Michael Bollino on 500px

Flight from moon by Michael Priesch on 500px

Illuminate my Heart by Sherry Akrami on 500px

Pink Moon by MO AOUN PHOTO on 500px

Darlene Hildebrandt is the Managing Editor of dPS. She is also an educator who teaches aspiring amateurs and hobbyists how to improve their skills through articles, online photography classes, and travel tours. Get her free ebook 10 Photography Challenges to help you take better pictures or join a photo tour to some exotic places.

 

 

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