February 3, 2007

Pictures of Atlantic City, NJ and of the moon, through an overcast cloud layer

Description/caption of each picture is immediately below the picture.

From my hotel room, looking east over the White Horse Pike (the road) at the Absecon Bay.

That's what the moon looks like to a camera during turbulence at night! That big cylinder-like thing out there is the wingtip tank on a Learjet 25.

A little better of a shot. The moon is starting to settle into the overcast layer during our descent.

Going, going, gone! We were about 100 miles east of Jacksonville, FL when I took these moon shots.

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