Friday, 6 March 2009

Sky Watch Friday

Half Moon

I took this photo from my front window the other night. Its not the clearest shot of the moon ever seen but I thought it was worthy of an outing on Sky Watch Friday. Just remember that wherever you are in the world the moon is always the same. Just remember that there are bigger things than us out there.

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19 comments:

Me and my puppies said...

Always makes the world seem like a smaller place.

Babooshka said...

This is deep thinking for skywatch. Killing moon, Echo and The Bunnymen. Glad to see that I am not the only one who is still excited by a snow flurry.

Lene said...

Black and white - cool :)

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Nice moon shot.

slim said...

Very nice veil with that moon shot. Great shot for Skywatch Friday.

Jim said...

I like the clouds you were able to capture.

Mo said...

Brilliant. Crazy but I am missing London. Who'd have thought it.

Louise said...

I like it! The fog over it gives it some mystery.

Bergson said...

cool

Pretty moon

Hyde DP said...

The moon looked bright over Manchester last week - alas my photo attempts were rubbish.

magiceye said...

:) mysterious

Bibi said...

I often think about how someone else is staring up at the moon when I am, and where that person is.

roentarre said...

The image is fantastic

JM said...

I like the fog over the moon. Great shot!

Corky said...

It looks very mysterious.
Great photo.
Thanks for sharing it.

Tanya said...

Love the moon shot and sentiment!

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

I've looked at dozens of skywatch pics today and yours is the first moon shot! Great way to end my day!

Neva said...

I have such a hard time doing night shots...even with my fancy camera....I am just not that good at it so this is wonderful to me.

Light and Voices said...

Agreed makes me feel like a cog in this whole scheme of things. If that! Wonderful photo!
Joyce

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