Thursday, December 03, 2009

Skywatch Friday

December 3rd, - at 7.16 a.m. the moon is setting in the West after a magnificent journey across the skies....



Whilst at the very same moment the sky is heralding the sun's imminent arrival in the East.



Amazing show!

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15 comments:

Guy D said...

I love the soft colours in these pics, well done.

All the best
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

One blue, one orange, perfect.

Wanda said...

I can't help but think cool and warm photos...very nice!

eden said...

Simply gorgeous

Sally in WA said...

Nice set of pics. I need to get back over to the Okanogan and soon!

Thanks for the visit. Have a wonderful weekend.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

What an amazing moon we have had! Staring in the window, keeping us awake.

Gwendolyn said...

Great contrasts - I enjoyed taking a moment to look at and contemplate your pics. Thanks for sharing.

bobbie said...

It is always an amazing show. You have captured it very well.

Evita said...

Very serene moon shot behind that vegetation.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Isn't that amazing Hildred - my post today is on exactly that same subject - great minds think alike, as they say!

uberrhund said...

The December Moon was very large and clear here too! So glad we could all share the "Long Night" full moon.
Have a wonderful week!

Rajesh said...

Exceptionally beautiful views.

Kumbalgarh, the Unconquered Fort

Grace and Bradley said...

Indeed, it is some amazing show, thanks for sharing.

Hildred and Charles said...

Life seems very busy these days and I have just now found a moment to visit a bit online, and say thank you for visiting. The last two days the moon has been covered with clouds, -= I caught a momentary sighting this morning, high up in the heavens and a long way from setting, - a lop-sided moon as it gradually wanes.

Hildred and Charles said...

Life seems very busy these days and I have just now found a moment to visit a bit online, and say thank you for visiting. The last two days the moon has been covered with clouds, -= I caught a momentary sighting this morning, high up in the heavens and a long way from setting, - a lop-sided moon as it gradually wanes.