Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Moonset at Sunrise


15 comments:

  1. thanks flowergirl1! Mother nature does a good job, lucky me to get to record it!

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  2. Wonderful colours Michelle, I slept in this morning so I missed it...we have have sun today too.

    xoxo Tyra

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  3. Lovely! Isn't is a joy to see the moon set?

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  4. Beautiful full moon and colours! And what a lovely view you have.

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  5. Thanks Tyra, joey, chaiselongue. It certainly was lovely this morning! And now I need to get out there and yank some more weeds before it starts raining again.

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  6. wow how beautiful, nature really is the best canvas

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  7. So lovely. Hey, I love it, BAGBUTT for the Bay Area Bloggers'! :) My foolish joke continues to spread its awful wings... hope you guys do get together, I can't tell you how rewarding and delightful it was to meet all those people, and we're set to do it again next month, with maybe even more joining! That's a real testament, that you would drive 2 1/2 hrs. to meet other of like mind. I'd almost fly down!

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  8. Jan, Siskelkk, Karen, gotta keep an eye on mother nature, she sneaks all these pretty things by us when we're least expecting them!

    Karen, I have to admit, it would also be an excuse to get my butt (har har) back up to The City - I don't visit any where near often enough these days.

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  9. I also enjoy a moonrise @ sunset. An old timer told me when this occurred it was the best time for planting. Now if I tried to tell you whether this was true or not... it would get me to lying.

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  10. Ang, does that mean that you're supposed to be out in the garden planting by the light of the moon? And yes, moonrise at sunset is a lovely sight to behold, especially a full moon.

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  11. This is really an amazing photo, Michelle! I remember that day-my son and I could see the moon to our left and the sun on our right.

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  12. Thanks Jan, somehow it always seems special when you get to experience sunrise and moonset (or vice versa) at the same time. It's magical.

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