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Alois Wechselberger

Fallbachkar Karwendel Inntal Tirol

Alois Wechselberger

Full Moon in the Luesens Valley at Vernal Equinox

Luesens (Lisens), Luesens Valley, Sellrain Valley, Tirol, Austria

March 21, 2011, 00:11 CET (UTC+1)

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© 2011 Alois Wechselberger, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Full Moon on March 21st, 2011, in the Luesens Valley, a small valley digressing from the Sellrain Valley in Tirol. The Moon has risen above Luesener Villerspitze and Hohe Villerspitze. To the right the dominant peak is called 'Luesener Fernerkogel' followed by peaks named 'Schoentalspitze' and 'Zischgeles.' The peaks of Weissstein and Rosskogel can be seen directing the view towards the entrance of the Luesens Valley. In the Zenith you can see the Greater Bear (Ursa Major).

This location is close to the tree line but the trees seem to be strong enough to resist the harsh climate and the frequent avalanches of this wonderful place. Just 10 minutes before the exact time of vernal equinox the moonlight seems to tell the trees of better times to come ...
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Location

Europe / Austria

Lat: 47° 7' 13" N
Long: 11° 8' 12" E

Elevation: 1691

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Equipment

Sigma 8mm f3,5 EX DG / Nikon D300 / Nodal Ninja Ultimate R1 / Manfrotto 055XPROB / Photoshop CS4 / PTGui / Pano2VR
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