Description Blue Moons that are blue are incredibly rare and have nothing to do with the calendar or the Moon's phases but are instead a result of atmospheric conditions. Volcanic ashes and smoke, water droplets in the air, or certain types of clouds can all contribute to a Full Moon taking on a blue shade on rare occasions.
Anthony L. Sacco, New Jersey Member Since October 2008 Artist Statement 12 Time Imagekind Featured Member!
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My passion for photography started over 30 years ago when I first bought my ..and still favorite camera, the Nikon FM2n. I attended college courses in photography, and even taught a few classes. I believe the person and not the camera creates the photograph. I enjoy photographing all types of things, from capturing the moment of impact of a water drop,capturing infrared scenes ,or photographing people and pets. Being out in nature and the great outdoors, capturing moments in time is addicting. I currently use Digital Nikon DSLRS and Film SLR's. Enjoy the photos.
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