It was a gorgeous moon last night. We sat out and enjoyed it for a while. Great pic-
Are you "mooning" us?
And who is that peeking over her shoulder? Could it be her sister V?
Shelly, crisp, moonlit evening. It was great.Chuck, two days in a row.And, that'w who I thought it was.
Wow it's been a long time but I picked a great day to visit you again.I love the shots but really love your accidental shot of the full moon.This Jackie aka Shinade of The Painted Veil. I have been away from blogging for quite some time but started back a couple of weeks ago.I saved all of my favorites in my Google reader and am slowly but surely making my rounds. I added you to my link list. I hope that's okay.I have a new blog and trying to get back into my photography also.Wow a retired teacher who lives part time in South Texas-I never realized that. We have a daughter who teaches at Texas A&M in Kingsville. It's certainly a small world.I hope you have a great day!Jackie:)
Jackie, I am delighted that you have returned to blogging. I will be visiting you!We sometimes stop in Kingsville as we travel between The Valley and Rockport.
I've tried to take photos of the moon = never worked out. Glad others had more success than I...I can't see the moon from my windows here - but I do wake up to the sun (YAY!)
Grace, waking up to the sun is a good thing!
Cloudy here, so I'll settle for the one from the night before. I'm still trying to figure out how to get moon pics that aren't blown out
Sharkey, I depend more on luck than on skill or knowledge. Sometimes it works.
Nice shot. We couldn't locate the moon around here this week if we tried - it's pouring rain.And we haven't started any Christmas decorations yet, either.Maybe next week. :)
Marsha, thanks. When did putting up Christmas decor become a chore? Where has the excitement gone? Speaking for myself, you understand. Is it simply a function of old age? I hope that's it, because I have always loved Christmas.
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