Saturday, March 19, 2011

A loony post!

What is that strange object???

Ahhh, it's just the moon striated by cloud layers.

Here you can see it rising over my town.  It's called a Super Moon because it's the closest it will be to Earth for the next 18 years.

A little later, in my backyard, the moon is a bit higher and framed by some mysterious shapes.

Not that mysterious, once I put some light on the shrubbery.

Ah, La Luna.  The moon.  A serene goddess, cloaked with mystery.


  1. When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie
    That's amore

  2. And last night we had pizza, too!

  3. We were going to go out and try for some moon shots but the clouds put a damper on it and we stayed in. You got some good ones and the clouds ad to the scene. You are right, cloaked with mystery.

  4. Judy, when I saw some of the shots taken with very long lenses today and displayed on the Internet, I was nearly ashamed enough to take mine down. There's a collection of about 13 photos on the Guardian web site you might want to check out.

  5. I like the one over your town best... it's kind of spooky :)

  6. Dawn, I agree with you. Normally I would crop out the town lights but in this picture they seemed to add to the scene. Thanks for looking.

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