I took this photo earlier this month, a couple of days before the new moon. When I was processing it, I thought it had more impact as a black and white.
This week’s Sunday Stills challenge theme is ‘Images Inspired by Favorite Song Lyrics.’ See more responses here.
Day four of this theme response is a photo that fits three moon offerings: Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon is an album, but I like all of it. Walking on the Moon by The Police and I’ll Shoot the Moon by Tom Waits are both songs I like. I could have picked dozens of Tom Waits songs but I don’t have the photos to illustrate them!
A partial moon seen through a gap in tree branches.
Posted in response to Becky’s July Squares challenge theme of ‘Trees.’ See more responses here.
This week’s Sunday Stills challenge theme is ‘Celestial.’ See more responses here.
I don’t know what happened. The last time I looked, the moon was full and round. But not here. I think the mice got to it!
A bright full moon hangs in the early morning sky.
Posted in response to Becky’s April Squares challenge theme of ‘Bright.’ See more responses here.
Becky’s July Squares challenge theme is ‘Perspective.’ See more responses here.
This photo is a perfect example of the ‘perspective’ theme. See how much bigger the plane looks than the moon. That’s because it’s a lot closer. But if the plane was up there, close to the moon, it would look a lot smaller than the moon, because the moon is actually way bigger than the plane. Also, the pilot would be in a world of trouble, or in out-of-this-world trouble, depending on your perspective.
These skydivers were probably feeling on top of the world and to one side of the moon.
Posted in response to Becky’s April Squares challenge theme of ‘Top.’ See more responses here.