(073:  Night settling on the pond.  Photo © 2009 by Robin)

I took this photo last night, as the crescent moon was setting.  I have a few shots of the moon as well and will post those another day.  I’m a little late for SkyWatch Friday but it’s still going on through today so I thought I’d join the fun.

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It’s been a relatively quiet week here in the Bogs.  We had a friend over for dinner on Thursday but other that, not much going on.  It’s kind of nice.

I’m waiting for the cable guy today.  The modem has been working (or not working) sporadically.  It didn’t work at all for several hours yesterday.  It stopped working a few times this morning.  I’m sure that when the cable guy arrives it will work just fine because that’s how these things go.  Time Warner (the cable company) was unable to give me a timeframe for this appointment.  All I know is that the guy will phone first and it will be sometime today.

We’re thinking of going to Blossom tonight.  It depends on the weather.  It’s been raining this morning and more rain is expected later in the day.

5 Comments on “Night”

  1. BiblioMom says:

    I can just about hear the crickets chirping and the mosquitoes buzzing by my ear.

  2. bookbabie says:

    Very serene shot, I should go out and do some night and evening shots. The mosquitoes are so bad though this year I’d probably last five minutes:(

  3. Anna Surface says:

    Beautiful deeps hues and I love the blue. Indeed, I can hear the night. By the way, I really like the header photo. 🙂

  4. krebiz says:

    I covet your pond. Did you go to Blossom?

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