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Tuesday, 2 February 2010

just a glint of snow
between the paving stones...
bright full moon

9 comments:

Bill said...

Frank, if the moon is full, I don't think you have to say it's bright, unless there's something in the atmosphere that has a dimming effect, and that doesn't seem to be the case here.

Kristin Riggs said...

Shimmering beauty! I love this one, Frank!!!

Sam!! said...

Lovely!!

Take care

Lorraine said...

Ice melts in your words ! bravo Frank ;)

Devika said...

Very nice sets Frank...the not quite awake mouse is interesting! :)

wishes,
devika

Carletta said...

I was amazed by the moonlight last week on the snow. A big bright full moon that illuminates everything below makes nighttime magical.
I love your imagery!

Your comment about my Sepia Heron pic was most appreciated. :)

BlueJayEye said...

this one shines!

Frank Williams said...

Thanks to you all for your comments; and your suggestion Bill, which I will give some thought to. Best, Frank...

Magyar said...

__I stay away from the moon >as much< as is possible. Once, I unintentionally insulted someone by asking: "Why is the full moon considered a >kigo< when each month of the year has at least one >full Moon<?" I, the ignorant.
__Here, Frank, I love the light of your moon as it highlights the new snow; this etching between the paving stones, a grand sight Frank. _m