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Old Jun 27, 2010, 1:01 PM   #1
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Harper's BAZAAR Making of Video Final

Anyone interested in seeing the making of video and final images for my series "Fly Me to the Moon" for Harper's BAZAAR, here is the link:

http://www.benjaminkanarekblog.com/2...-bazaar-china/
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Old Jun 27, 2010, 3:11 PM   #2
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A minor flaw in your image: While all the Decent Stages remain on the Moon, none of the Ascent Stages (with the Crew Compartments) are still there. You image shows the entire Lunar Module (both the Ascent and Decent Stages) on the Moon's surface.
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But of course the girl is historically spot-on. :-)

Awesome as always Ben, thanks for the blog post.
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I presumed that benjikan had intended for the image to show the girl visiting an Apollo lunar landing site some time after the Astronauts had left.

Also, I don't remember the Moon getting so close to Jupiter.
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Clearly the picture was taken on Ganymede. Our moon is so 1960's darling.
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So the Jupiterians (Jupiterites?) must have made their own Lunar Module, right? What a coincidence that it looks so much like ours.
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So the Jupiterians (Jupiterites?) must have made their own Lunar Module, right? What a coincidence that it looks so much like ours.
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