Sunday, September 06, 2009

Sun and Moon

Sunset

Moonrise

Same evening

24 comments:

Clarity said...

It's beautiful and eerie at the same time. So natural and yet it is framed by smoke.

Lovely pictures, I hope no 180 turns were executed for them :)

nikkipolani said...

Something veeeerry California about these shots. Hope that isn't smoke from the fires shading that moonrise. Well done on the moon! I can't seem to shoot the moon no matter what I try.

Melanie said...

So beautiful. I wonder what the name for a pink moon is? I know a hunter's moon is the orange one.

Tracy said...

Pure magic in these scenes, Willow...stunning!...*sigh*...Happy week, my friend ((HUGS))

Roxie said...

Wayyy cool!!

ellen b. said...

Beautiful shots. That moon was so amazing.

Islandsparrow said...

I makes me smile to think that I was looking at the very same scene all the way across the continent. So beautiful!

Islandsparrow said...

oops

"It makes me smile" :)

ewix said...

Wow!
Nothing to add - lovely.
I fixed the error on my old blog.
THanks for alerting me!

Dorothy said...

So very beautiful, Willow.

Allie said...

That is so cool!

Thom said...

Awesome :)

snoopydog said...

Oh my! What stunningly beautiful photographs. I can't stop looking at them :D Ros

Flower said...

Wow... the moon is radiant and spectral at the same time!

Monica said...

I love these shots. :)

Pom Pom said...

Gorgeous! I am craving Hawaii with ITS palm trees. I'm missing the water here in landlocked Denver!

M.Kate said...

wow...look at the sun..

Many thanks for your kind wishes and prayers Kak Willow. All is good now and I am back to work, after a 2 weeks break :P Hugs..........M

Brenda said...

Incredible what the fires do!

Kathie said...

Just wow.

Knitting Linguist said...

Gorgeous. Although scary, knowing what's making them so red...

Deb said...

Not sure if I have the words to describe how these incredible photos made me feel. Powerful pics!

"Sunshine" said...

Thank you for posting on my blog, Willow. Glad you identified yourself, I think I met you at one time. Right? In the little red cottage?
Happy to see some samples of your knitting projects. I am knitting a Norwegian sweater right now and I am sick and tired of this huge project. But I am making headways, so I keep on keeping on.
Keep in touch.....

Kari said...

Great photo's.

Sharon Lynne said...

beautiful.