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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Wordless Wednesday - The Setting of the Moon - January 30, 2013





My son took a picture of the moon a few nights ago as it was setting across the valley.











13 comments:

  1. Nature is so amazing! Beautiful picture!

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  2. My hubby likes to do those too! Except he likes to find the face if you know what I mean. He's such a kid! lol Thanks for the linky my friend have a good one.

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  3. That is a great shot of the moon!

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  4. No way!! That is amazing!!

    Check out this link to really show off this amazing picture girly!!! http://www.homegrownfamilies.net/2013/01/how-to-fix-run-off-photos.html

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  5. Hi Denille! I have no clue how I missed this. We did have bad weather yesterday and I was offline all day. I am playing catch up today.

    He got a fantastic shot! His shot is much better than any I've gotten in a long time of the moon.

    Thanks for the link love!

    Happy WW! :-)

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  6. Marvelous moon capture! I tried to take a photo that night because it looked like it was crushing a roof down the street ... but it didn't work well. :(

    ♥ aquariann
    Featured Photo: Icicle Image

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  7. Lovely shot of the moon Danielle! Thanks for hosting and enjoy the rest of your week.

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  8. Cool pic, Danielle! It's tricky capturing the the moon, but your son did a good job. I'm linking up my WW post & if you have a button code for your WW image then I'll be happy to spotlight it on my WW posts each week.

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  9. We always prefer the moonrise to the sunset :-) Visiting you from Wordless Wednesday Bloggers and The Jenny Evolution! Here's my post - http://thejennyevolution.com/2013/01/29/wordless-wednesday-local-baristas-missed-me/

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