Friday, January 21, 2011

wednesday's moon 7am


























if you'd like to gaze at more wondrous skies from all around the world or if you'd like to add your own sky, please visit the skywatch friday meme, thanks to klaus and his team, sandy, wren, and sylvia.

15 comments:

Brit Gal Sarah said...

Looks like it's ablaze, lovely!

Alexa said...

That's pretty bright for 7 a.m.! Nice one.

Christine H. said...

You really have an eye for capturing magic with a photo. You also seem to be able to make something extraordinary out of the ordinary. Beautiful!

Sylvia K said...

Gorgeous moon! I finally saw ours for a few minutes last night and a few this morning before the clouds rolled back in again, but I wasn't able to get the shot I hoped for! Maybe the photography class that I start on Saturday will help me learn more and better photography skills! I hope so! Have a great weekend, Lily!

Sylvia

Kay L. Davies said...

Beautiful shot.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I think this cycle's moon was called the "wolf moon" by Native Americans as it was so clod thsi tie of year the wolfs would circle and howl at the moon in hunger.

Bibi said...

Almost expect to see ET on his bike!

Luna Miranda said...

wow, what a fascinating shot--it's eerily beautiful.
we had cloudy skies last night, i missed the full moon.:(

Greyscale Territory said...

Lovely mystery in the moonlit branches!

Marlene said...

Very cool, mysterious looking moon. Made me think of the twilight movies.

Anonymous said...

I was so hoping you'd post a picture of this. When I got to the Fdale LIRR station yesterday morning this is what I saw only by the time I got my camera out the train pulled in and blocked the view. It was so grand and beautiful! this morning in the snow was quite different! Thanks, great shot.
Kris

Ming the Merciless said...

Where are the werewolves?!?

Jeri ~ said...

LOVE it!!!

Pietro said...

Beautiful and bright moon! Great shot, Lily!

Sharon Creech said...

Great capture!