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The magic picture shows a couple of hikers standing on top of the 320m Teeside hill while the moon lights up their silhouettes

He's in the clouds! British photographer spends two years on the perfect shot on a 1000 ft hill

  • Magic photo shows hikers standing on top of the hill of Teeside while the moon lights up their silhouettes
  • Astro photographer Andrew Dawson, 44, broke the full moon that rose above Roseberry Topping in Yorkshire
  • He captured about 100 images as he watched the moon for an hour and a half as dusk began to sink
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A British photographer has been trying for two years to get this perfect shot of the moon rising over one of the most picturesque hills in the UK.

The magic photo shows a couple of hikers standing on top of the 1000 ft Teeside hill while the moon lights up their silhouettes.

Astro photographer Andrew Dawson, 44, made this beautiful photo that shows a full moon rising over the Roseberry Topping in North Yorkshire.

The magic picture shows a couple of hikers standing on top of the 320m Teeside hill while the moon lights up their silhouettes

The magic picture shows a couple of hikers standing on top of the 320m Teeside hill while the moon lights up their silhouettes

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He captured about 100 images as he watched the moon for an hour and a half as dusk began to sink.

Andrew, from Nunthorpe, in North Yorkshire, sat down on the Guisborough bypass in the evening to capture this perfect image that he & # 39; has long been haunting & # 39 ;.

He said: & # 39; I was overjoyed with it, not meant pun. It's a shot I've been chasing for so long.

& # 39; When I got the picture, I knew it was it. I thought to myself that I have a special image here and I came home.

& # 39; It is very nice to get such a & # 39; n picture. & # 39;

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Andrew took the photo around 9.20 pm after following the position of the moon via an app on his phone.

Astro photographer Andrew Dawson, 44, made this beautiful photo that shows a full moon rising over the Roseberry Topping in North Yorkshire

Astro photographer Andrew Dawson, 44, made this beautiful photo that shows a full moon rising over the Roseberry Topping in North Yorkshire

Astro photographer Andrew Dawson, 44, made this beautiful photo that shows a full moon rising over the Roseberry Topping in North Yorkshire

He took the photo from about three miles away using a 600 mm lens.

Andrew, who has been a photographer for seven years, said: & # 39; I have been trying for about two years with literally many unsuccessful attempts in which I was in endless positions in the wrong position, and the weather conditions that didn't play the game for me.

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& # 39; The evening was perfect, I managed to get in the right position for the almost full moon rising above the top of Roseberry Topping.

Andrew, who has been a photographer for seven years, said: & # 39; I have tried for about two years with literally unsuccessful attempts that put endless times in the wrong position, and the weather conditions that didn't play the game for me & # 39;

Andrew, who has been a photographer for seven years, said: & # 39; I have tried it for about two years with literally many unsuccessful attempts in which I was in endless positions in the wrong position, and the weather conditions that didn't play the game for me & # 39;

Andrew, who has been a photographer for seven years, said: & # 39; I have tried it for about two years with literally many unsuccessful attempts in which I was in endless positions in the wrong position, and the weather conditions that didn't play the game for me & # 39;

& # 39; As I watched it rise, a few hikers made the scene even more magical when they stood on our own mountain, the moon illuminating their silhouettes.

& # 39; This is what the image has made.

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& # 39; As I watched the scene play in front of me, I want to thank everyone who helped me make a great image & # 39 ;.

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