While not aquarium related, hopefully this is in the right place...
I just recently got my first DSLR, a Pentax K2000, and tonight got to test it out using an old manual Sigma telephoto lens that was my mother's back from the 35mm K1000 film days.
I had a bit of a photo session with the moon while I experimented with different settings to get a good shot (it's been a long while since I used a "real" camera (I used an Olympus OM-1) with manual control). I think this one is my favorite of the evening, cropped it up to get more moon but other than that it is untouched (other than being converted from RAW):
I just took some as well. Here is one from a few months ago.
Don't forget to snap some of the total eclipse on August 21, 2017 at 1:15. Now that will be worth it.
I would put that in my calendar but I'm sure I'll have a different phone by then, heh. Hmm, I wonder where I will be 5 years from now? Hopefully I'll see it on the news and remember to get outside, lol.
I was thankful the clouds we had today left and I was actually able to see the moon. Usually when there is something cool happening around here we miss out due to the pesky clouds!