Extreme CloseUp-Ball Moonphase

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    Extreme CloseUp-Ball Moonphase

    Inspired by my Aviator pics, here is an extreme closeup of my first Ball, "Moonie."

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    scott

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    Re: Extreme CloseUp-Ball Moonphase

    nice! "extreme" is very true: i really like the hour markers, they look great so up close.
    tell me something: the watch is obviously not hacked, so is it out of juice? because the seconds hand is not blurred, seems like it's immobile. correct me if i'm wrong of course.

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    Re: Extreme CloseUp-Ball Moonphase

    Fast shutter speed...hand is actually moving.
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    Re: Extreme CloseUp-Ball Moonphase

    How about an extreme close-up lume shot?

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    Re: Extreme CloseUp-Ball Moonphase

    I went through my raw photos, and I can't seem to locate the files for the lume shots. So I will take some pics and in the next few days and post them up.
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    scott

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