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I took these photographs of the moon on the night of January 26, 2013, when it was 99% lit, and the morning of January 27, 2013, when it was full. I took them in two different towns in Connecticut. The amber color resulted from the moon rising while the sun was still setting.
I love the moon and hope to get more pictures of it this year!
I'm still behind on visiting and commenting on everyone's entries.
This week’s Sunday Postcard Art challenge was "Stars." This is the second postcard I created, but I didn't enter my first one. Stars is one of my favorite themes, but I continue to struggle with my creativity. And then once again I went where my muse took me, as opposed to where my first intentions were.
This week’s Sunday Postcard Art challenge was "Stars." I'm not sure if I'll post this to the challenge because the stars ended up in the background, and aren't the main focus of what turned into a party invitation, but that's where my muse took me.
This is 2 of 4 posts of photographs I took at Old Burying Ground in Fairfield CT on January 12, 2013.
I was trying to take a photograph of the gravestone that was off on its own, outside of the main cemetery. When I reviewed the shot, I realized the camera had auto-focused on the branches, which were covered with water droplets. I was so busy focusing on the graves and an elusive red cardinal that I didn't notice that.
This is 1 of 4 posts of photographs I took at Jennings Beach in Fairfield CT on January 12, 2013.
It was overcast and misty when I was here. These sandpipers took flight, and although the shot came out blurry, I thought it had a mystical quality to it, so I decided to post it. The second shot is of the same group running along the sand.