July 20, 2008
On July 17, one of my sons and I camped out in the backyard. I pulled the 100mm f/6 out for a look at Jupiter and saw Ganymede about to move behind the planet. I watched until I could see the tiny bulge of the moon sit on Jupiter's edge like a profile of a mole on the planet's face, and then I turned in for the night. The almost full moon cast shadows on the back of the house. Image with XTi, ISO 200, 15-seconds, brightened up a bit.