Moon, Venus, and magnolias

2. May 2023

One of the splendid celestial rendezvous that could be seen a few days ago. The crescent Moon with Venus was close to each other in the sky, exactly during days of magnolias blooming. Even if that looks quite weird, it’s not an HDR image, only two same exposures taken from the same position – with different focuses stacked together. The excellent dynamic range of the camera and AI helped to preserve fine details of the image with low noise.

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