The Thin Waxing Crescent Moon just before setting behind some trees in the west from last Wednesday night 04-14-2021.
The sky was still in twilight…but I snapped these shots before it hit the treeline.
Both of these images were taken through my Explore Scientific 102mm Triplet APO Refractor telescope and QHY183C cooled Cmos Camera.
The thin crescent moon image was a 10ms Exposure, properly exposed to show craters details,
and the Earthshine shot was a 3 second exposure, purposely overexposed sunlit side, to show the darker reflected Earth lit side of the Moon(Earthshine).
Best Regards,
John Chumack