Friday, January 18, 2008

Sky Watch Friday

Dot is the host and creator of Sky Watch Friday! and she posts beautiful and creative photos on her blog Strolling Through Georgia. Go there and see the list of all of the people who participant along with their links. You can easily join the group yourself.

You can see another of my photos HERE.

16 comments:

RuneE said...

I first thought that you must have done some trick in Photoshop to get that "double moon (or triple)" - until I realised that there was a lamp post hiding in front of the tree! Snow and all - nice.

Andrea said...

Interesting. I thought it was the sun and street lamps. So is it the moon or sun and is that rain or snow? Makes a beautiful picture.

Nessa said...

Runee: That's why I liked this shot. It was tricky; D

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Tom & Icy said...

The pinkish light sets it off. Good set up.

Nessa said...

Andrea: It's actually two streetlamps (one with two lamps)and very wet, huge globs of snow drops.

Tom: Thanks. The evening was kind of magical.

ConservaChick said...

I couldn't quite figure it out at first... the comments helped. You captured something "mystical" in the norm. Love it! ~K

quilly said...

You captured not only the scene, but the ambiance as well. Lovely.

ariel said...

That hour just before dark. And it's snowing. I can smell it. Hope we didn't do too much stupid things today. The night is going to be beautiful.

Nessa said...

Conservachick: I like this shot because of its vagueness.

Quilly: I wanted it to go on longer, but alas it didn't last.

Ariel: I watched as long as it went on.

Sandy Carlson said...

I thought this was a pastel drawing at first! This is great.

Nessa said...

Sandy: Now that you say so, I see what you mean. Thanks; )

Angie said...

Hi,Nessa,
That is really beautiful.

Nessa said...

Angie: Thank you so much.

ariel said...

Messa, don't you find that when you're watching those things happening, the dark coming, the sun rising, the wind blowing, and you're watching for long enough, you get THIS close to understand something, although you know that even if you understand it, you'll never be able to put it in words anyway?

Nessa said...

Ariel: You have put it so perfectly. I was going to go out last night and bask in the huge full moon, but it was just too damn cold.