From the photographer: “August’s Full Moon is the last supermoon of the year. It is also called the “Sturgeon” Moon because the giant Sturgeon of the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain were most readily caught during this part of summer. Sturgeon is a prehistoric-looking fish that has been tracked back to around 136 million years ago, and many call those fish “living fossils.” Because of the nice and calm weather, I decided to capture the full moon rising from the coast. After a short walk, I reached one of the most beautiful places in Ancient Epidaurus, the Gulf Kalamaki, where most of the yachts choose to spend the night away from the lights and the noise of the harbour. In this image, you can see the moon high in the sky, lighting up the landscape and creating stunning scenery.”

Technical Details: Blended Exposures



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