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Thursday, October 27, 2011

SkyWatch Friday: October moon

Everyone else posted their wonderful moon shots earlier this month. A day late and a dollar short, but in case you missed all the others, here it is...October moon as seen by my intrepid photographer and husband, Richard Schear.




Posted for
SkyWatch Friday
the meme for people with their heads in the clouds, or the treetops.
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27 comments:

aka Penelope said...

From appearing like a ghostly pale smudge to eerily peeking behind trees, the October moon in the photos reflects perfectly the moods of this Halloween season!

nonizamboni said...

Oh, I do remember that moon! Your photos give it even more character.
Gorgeous!

Judy said...

Kay, you are supposed to say that you planned it this way, so that his wonderful captures of the moon would not have to compete with all the others, last week...

EG Wow said...

I think it's NEVER too late to post a lovely moon shot. :))

Sylvia K said...

Such a lovely moon and what terrific captures, Kay! I love them! Really gorgeous! Happy SWF! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

Sylvia

Gary said...

Good moon shots!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Inger-M said...

So beautiful, Kay! Have a great weekend :-)

Leslie said...

That last one is especially pretty!

Carver said...

Lovely captures of the beautiful moon.

clairz said...

That last is a perfect Halloween shot! Happy weekend.

Barbara Rosenzweig said...

I especially love the spooky photo with the moon peaking out behind the leaves!

I've had the same problem, but solved it by swapping out paintings at different seasons and making groupings with smaller paintings.

Thanks so much for visiting and appreciating my little egret!

Have a wonderful day!

Gill - That British Woman said...

super moon shots, tell your dh well done!!

Gill

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The moon will continue to fascinate us humans until it shines no longer...


STARFALL

In the sky the stars shine bright
Not by day, but through the night.
Should the stars begin to fall,
There would be no sky at all!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

California Sky

Dianne said...

I love how you caught it peeking thru the trees

thanks for understanding what I meant about people around me not accepting, made me feel less alone in it
hugs

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Can't see too much of the moon; thanks for the "remembery"! (My kid's word from long ago).

Rajesh said...

Fantastic shots of the moon.

Hildred and Charles said...

Now those are really Halloween moons. I can just see the witch riding her broom across them. Congratulations to your intrepid husband, Kay.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Nice moon shots... I've not been too successful yet with moon shots; still working on it!

Nanka said...

Photography is brilliant!! I like the happy looking moon by daylight and as it becomes darker the moon begins to appear eerie, especially when hidden behind the trees!!

Ebie said...

Its almost like a ghost story, the moon hiding among the trees.

what a beautiful evening to be sky watching!

Kim, USA said...

This is awesome I missed this. ^_^

Bridge and Sky

Gattina said...

Nice full moon ! I find it very difficult to get a good pictures of the moon.

SquirrelQueen said...

Great shots. I really love the last one. The bright moon through the dark trees is stunning.

Pearl Maple said...

Very pretty captures of the moon, nicely framed

Romina said...

A beautiful capture of the moon, well done. It's really like a horror ghost story. I enjoy sky watching here.

Francisca said...

Never too late to show moon shots... I smile when I think of the two of you as a blogging team, the photographer and the writer. My honey is technically better than me in photography so I often ask his opinion and he graciously obliges. (He thinks I'm too obsessed with blogging, but never wags a finger.) The 2nd and 3rd moon images, as others have mentioned, fit the Halloween mood. I almost think I see a ghost in the tree of last one, Kay!

cieldequimper said...

Wonderful. I always talk to grandmother moon!

(Lol, word verification: advil!!!)