Black and white

(Last night’s moon.)

Did you catch the moon last night?  It was beautiful.  M and I saw it when we came home from an evening of fun with friends in Akron.  Otherwise, I might have missed it because it was so cold outside that I wouldn’t have wanted to leave the warmth of the great indoors.

(Blowing snow.)


12 Comments on “Black and white”

  1. ChrisB says:

    check the moon tonight – WOWSER – great to see you two, hope that you enjoyed as much as us. We met with my cousin this morning, great breakfast.

  2. anhinga says:

    I’ve seen a few of last night’s moon, but think I like this black and white laced with branches best. Good job.

  3. One moon, many incarnations around the globe. This shot is wonderful, make a stunning print on a large canvas.

  4. I love how you framed the shot of the moon with the branches of the trees. Looks like lattice.

    • Robin says:

      Thanks, Preston. 🙂

      I usually try to frame the moon because of my camera’s limitations. It’s been going downhill for a while now so I have compensate for things that no longer work. The good news is that I’ll soon have enough saved up for a new camera (since my current one isn’t worth fixing).

  5. Marcie says:

    Gorgeous full moon. We’ve had the same kind of moon-scapes here as well!

  6. Corina says:

    Both beautiful shots, Robin

    I didn’t get out to see the moon but I just now looked up and I can see it nice and round and bright as I sit here typing at my desk.

  7. Kel says:

    loving that moon shot

  8. Robin says:

    Thank you Marcie, Corina, and Kel. 🙂


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