Nature, Wordless Wednesday Branches Reaching for the Moon Image March 4, 2020 Laurie Graves 33 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebook Related
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Interesting coincidence: Look at Meditation #6 on my art blog. I took the picture in front of my house about a year ago and used variations of it for the Meditation series (using poetic/artistic license to turn the moon into a “star”), and also for our Christmas card last year. The photos are so similar!
Yes, yes! The moon through branches is lovely.
A beautiful image Laurie, I love seeing the day moon in a blue sky 💜 xxx
Thanks, Xenia! Me, too. Always looks so serene and lovely.
Nice! I’ve noticed the moon is nearly on par with the tracking of the sun – equinox is coming!
It certainly is! The warmer weather is already here, quite a bit ahead of schedule.
Good catch, Laurie! The moon is beautiful tonight here. It is relatively clear, so I have a good view of it tonight.
Full moon is coming!
Wonderful title and photo and love your blue sky!
Did you see the crescent moon with Venus a week or ten days ago? It was lovely, too, but a day moon always is a delight. Such a lovely image you’ve given us!
No, alas I did not! Always a beautiful sight.
Beautiful! So good to see such a clear blue sky too, those have been few and far-between this winter.
Believe it or not, a Maine winter usually includes many days with clear blue skies. The light in January and February is utterly beautiful, piercing in its clarity. It is one of the reason why I love winter in Maine, even though I no longer play in the snow.
I have known winters like that here but not recently; certainly not this year!
Blue sky makes everything better.
Yes, indeed! They gladden the heart.
Great catch. A poetic image.
I’ve heard this from a few others, but my WordPress account hasn’t been working properly lately and I can’t seem to comment on or like many posts…a bit infuriating but I’m trying to let everyone know, when I can, that I’m trying. 🙂
That happens to me on occasion, too. Wonder what the problem is.
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