Kleine Ina Nachtmusik
This piece of the moon is a piece of a larger picture… the largest lunar mosaic that I’ve ever made (click on the photo and walk around for a bit in the full sized version.) It took me almost a month to prepare and assemble the pieces. It’s named for a very small feature - almost impossible to find without a road map - a tiny smile shaped cavity on a volcanic plateau called Ina. At 3 kilometers across and 30 km deep it’s an elusive target. I smiled to find it visible in this picture.
Can you spot it? You’ll need the full sized image. The red line pointing to it on this detail photo should help lead the way.
A fantastic close-up of Ina in deeper shadow taken by Wes Higgins can be seen here.
The soundtrack can be enjoyed here.