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Sunday, January 11, 2009

SETTING FULL MOON......WOW!!!











This month's full moon was said to be the largest we have had the pleasure of viewing in a long time...and sadly, we had a major cloud cover, and missed it for the most part. As it was rising last night, we saw it come up as a HUGE white ball. Of course, I was not at home and did not have my camera. This morning as the sun was rising and the moon was setting over the mountains, I was able to capture these shots....and another dozen or so!! Enjoy!! I see the moon...the moon sees me.....

7 comments:

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Beautiful shots!!!
Rondell♥

Africana said...

wow!!!!!!!!!!!
really nice picts!!! I love the moon!! In spain we can see it so so big!!
Thanks for sharing!!!
Muac

jillytacy said...

Trudy,
These shots are beautiful! The last one is my favorite! It looks so serene. I could picture this as a post card or calendar. Thank you for sharing your photos with us. I really enjoy them!

Cookie said...

trudy - were you in Co when Mt. St. Helens blew? We got the most amazing sunsets - the sky was a deep deep red every night! I'll have to dig those pictures out. This full moon was gorgeous too - my backyard looked like a floodlight was shining on it!
Hope you are faring well through the winter. I'm ready for another swap :)
x0

Cathy said...

I saw the moon too Trudy. I think they called in a Perigee moon. It was cloudy during the night but at the dawn I saw it with a wonderful halo around it.

We love feeding our birds too. We have two bird tables and a fat ball feeder for them to feast on. I just love watching them.

Linda said...

I love birds, too. There is a GREAT BACKYARD BIRD COUNT in February. If you come onto my blog you can click on the link and it will tell you how to do it. I missed it last year but this year I'm doing it! Like your blog, too. Linda

http://twosucculentsisters.blogspot.com/

softinthehead said...

Hey Trudy....It has been awhile but I finally had some time to surf "blogland" and thought of you. I sure hope your Christmas was wonderful and the New Year will be prosperous and exciting..Pam