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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Skywatch Friday: The moon this morning from my yard in North Carolina



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37 comments:

Mary said...

wow, that's really beautiful! I love it when you get to see the moon setting... :)

Migs CFL fan said...

Very nice, love the colors. Thanks for sharing!

Cheers

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SandyCarlson said...

Magic! I'm expecting Glinda the Good to burst out of there!

Coloradolady said...

Wonderful shot. Great SWF Post. Have a great weekend.

fishing guy said...

Carver: Nice capture of the full Moon over the trees.

Mojo said...

Funny thing... I've spent three nights this week getting the near-full and full moon committed to pixels.

Mine'll be out on Halloween (which, happily, is on Sky Watch Friday this year!)

Nice capture of a daytime full moon... you don't get very long to get those.

Yen said...

That is simply amazing,Carver! WOW!Mine is posted HERE. Happy SWF!~

Roses and Lilacs said...

That is really nice.
Marnie

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The full moon was wonderful this week, wasn't it? Happy Sky Watch!

imac said...

You certainly captured the moon Carver

Louise said...

Wow! Fabulous shot!

Photo Cache said...

The moon doesn't want to go home and rest. Lovely shot.

Carletta said...

Beautiful moon!

Aileni said...

I have just left one kind of moonshot and here is a different take. Fascinating.

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

By golly, we were looking at the same moon! It was so striking.....

Colin Campbell said...

Lovely. Those big pictures are very dramatic.

vincibene said...

Magic moon! So big! Beautiful.

Rocky Mtn. Girl said...

Outstanding... what a humongous moon!! How cool is that!? Great picture!
~Michele~
Mountain Retreat- Canada

ellen b said...

What a great fall shot with the changing leaves and the morning moon!!

Craver Vii said...

That is so neat to find the sun during daylight, isn't it? I like that you can identify parts of the moon from your photo. Nicely done.

Jeanne said...

Oh man that is just great! Love the daytime capture of that big full moon.

crete said...

I love daytime moon photos. Very good, thanks.

Ray

Wren said...

Carver, that's awesome. The moon by day always seems so powerful and you've captured it well.

Arija said...

Great moon, it must be close to Halloween.

napaboaniya said...

Beautiful round moon you've captured Carver! :)

the teach said...

Carver, I don't think you meant to call me Sandy, I'm maryt/theteach! :)

Laura ~Peach~ said...

awesome shot!!!!!! Happy SWF!

Indrani said...

The moon setting... Awesome!
I am too busy in the mornings to observe such moments. Great shot!

Dirk said...

Well captured, not easy to get a good shot like this.

Catherine said...

We get the same word for it ; EVANESCENT.
Its transparency makes the moon so delicate.
Très belle photo.

Carver said...

Thanks so much to everyone for visiting.

Mary I had a brain blip when I called you Sandy on your blog. I knew you were Mary but I messed up, oops.

Daryl said...

I love 'catching' the moon in the daytime ..good shot!

:-Daryl

Cindy said...

It looks like a soap bubble!

onangelwings said...

We had the same kind of sky this morning but I couldn't find a safe place to park my car to capture it.

Beautiful.

Pekka said...

There is same moon in Finland two days or maybe nights ago. ;-)

Inkataika said...

Ok, now I know where it was going from here! I was wondering... well, go yourself and see! ;)

Jeannelle said...

Oh, just lovely, the soft moon with the autumn leaves and gorgeous blue sky! Happy SkyWatching!

Greetings from Iowa.

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