82 thoughts on “Wiring the moon

  1. Oh, absolutely gorgeous shots of the moon…The silver disc holds my out most fascination and I can look at it for hours at end.
    Recently it has been lying down, as a thin crescent, hiding in the earth shadow – and as the nights grow lighter, its dark outline surrounded by star is ever so intriguing.
    Just out of curiosity – I posted some images of the sun today instead, how amusing.;)
    xoxo

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  2. “What you see in life all depends on your perspective” — SO so true! Too often we only see the one thing we don´t like, but forget about our surroundings!
    Beautiful shots!

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  3. Migas are totally vegetarian. Eggs, cheese (you could leave this off), beans, peppers, chilies, salsa, pico de gallo (chopped onions, peppers and tomatoes.) And since I don’t fry the corn tortillas or chips or saute them in butter, they’re healthy too! (I broil them!)

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  4. That is a fabulous moon shot and I’ve tried myself to take a moon shot many thousands of times and it’s not an easy shot to get, so congrats on that! Very cool angle through the wires also!!

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  5. Beautiful shots! The last one is absolutely beautiful (of course) but the second one of the moon peering through the wires is quite lovely also!!!

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  6. I like the home at the end. You did some nice moon shots, I hope it is shining over less snow.I love your finches, the color is fantastic.Ours look more like canaries with some black on wing and tail.

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  7. Crocuses are up in some wind sheltered corners. It’s still winter, but not as much winter as your way. Lovely images.

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  8. Lovely rural scene in the third one. The moon is always fascinating, but how do you set your camera to get both the distant moon and the foreground into focus? How deep can you make your depth of field? Talking about settings; I have made the same mistake of forgetting the ISO on high. They turned out very similar to your picture with your dog and the reeds. It looks very arty and beautiful, but then again, you get those rounded corners of the image.

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  9. Is that what my comment is traveling through ?
    Precarious. Just as well it isn’t of great value 🙂
    Lots of snow still. Don’t quite remember how far North you are.

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  10. The first shot made the wires a beautiful thing; the second one is such a clear vision of the moon. But your last photo makes me long for a home where I can cross-country ski in the winter.

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  11. · You have the ability to find good points of focus. Your photos are beautiful, the last especially.

    Thanks a lot for your lovely comment in Tore Crystal (CR)

    · my best

    CR & LMA
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  12. I would really like my visit those places that must be wonderful … the pictures of the moon are very beautiful with a little abstract, I like.Saludos.

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  13. You have such an eye for beauty in overlooked places. Thank you for leading us there! Amazing moon shot, but that snow scene is storybook worthy!

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  14. A clever lesson in change of perspective, Fi. I like seeing what you see. I guess you’re still wearing boots for your strolls?

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  15. Ah Lady Fi, the moon beckons me to share my darkest secret 😉
    What stunning photographs!

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  16. You do indeed have a wonderful eye for beauty of all kinds, my dear ladyfi!! This is an exquisite example and what a delightful way to wind down my day. I wish for you a wonderful weekend with lots of beauty! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  17. These are really good – a great to see a different view point – you used the wires as part of the picture, rather than said (as I may have) this would be better without these wires in the way!

    Cheers – Stewart M

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  18. My favourite is the last one with all that cool blue on the snow and reat of the scene. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  19. Well done; I like the two different perspectives of the wire and moon. Your wintery scene is lovely…thanks for stopping by! enjoy the week.

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