July’s crescent moon


(077:  Drifting in the clouds.  Photo © 2009 by Robin)

See, if you can, eternity in the hour that passes.

~ Arabian proverb

My blogs posts are probably going to consist of little more than photos soon.  It’s a busy time of year for me here in the Bogs.  On top of the usual things that keep me busy throughout the day, I’m sorting through photos, working in the garden when the weather permits, and taking advantage of shopping locally by preserving the summer harvest through canning and freezing.

In the meantime, enjoy the photos.


12 Comments on “July’s crescent moon”

  1. Stevo says:

    Lovely, Robin. There’s been such poor weather here I haven’t seen the moon in weeks.

  2. krebiz says:

    You’re going to neglect us. I see how it is.

  3. alittlediddy says:

    Robin, beautiful photo! I rarely get a chance to see the moon, as my home is surrounded by trees. I know what you mean about how busy it can be this time of year. I got a late start on my garden, but it’s starting to come on. Tomorrow I have to pick up a meat bundle at my butchers that has a bit of everything in it. I’ll break it down & freeze the meat into smaller portions. Then onto the veggies & herbs. As long as you have a photo & quote, I’ll be happy & I understand. D

  4. Bo Mackison says:

    Good when life gets busy. Enjoy. This moon is gorgeous.

  5. Anna Surface says:

    Beautiful! Love it! I haven’t stuck my head out at night to see the moon. Enjoyed this photo of the beautiful unveiling moon. 🙂

  6. Marcie says:

    Dreamy. Love the perfect simplicity!!!

  7. Corina says:

    What a wonderful photograph. It almost looks like a painting.

  8. Robin says:

    Thanks everyone. 🙂

  9. amuirin says:

    I was just about to go, after catching up on your top three or four posts, and happened to scroll down real quick. I can’t *believe* I almost missed this one. That is so, so… magic.

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