SkyWatch Friday: Moon Over the Glade

Moon in a blue sky above the red leaves of a tree at Lake Canterbury, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. November 5, 2011.

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This is my post for Skywatch Friday, a meme for sharing views of the sky from all over the world.  To see more, or to join and share your own photos of the sky, click HERE.

Last Saturday Betsy and I were out enjoying the autumn colors at Lake Canterbury here in the Glade when Betsy pointed out the moon in the blue afternoon sky.  I managed to get this picture of the moon above some of the red leaves of a tree near the lake.

Moon over Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. November 5, 2011.

By the time we got home and I got my tripod out the sky was black, but I still managed to get this picture of the moon over Fairfield Glade.

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26 Responses to “SkyWatch Friday: Moon Over the Glade”

  1. Maple Lane Says:

    Very nice pics, George. Have a great day.

  2. 7aces/Darla Says:

    Awesome photos of the moon. I love the colors in the first photo.

  3. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    I enjoy seeing the moon in a blue sky.

  4. The Incredible Woody Says:

    Beautiful! I always love it when the moon is visible during the day.

    Hope you are taking care of yourself in addition to caring for our favorite gal!!

  5. Sandra Says:

    great moon shot, someday, make that some night, i hope to get one

  6. Larry Says:

    Nice shots George – you guys are aces with your cameras

  7. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    I love the beautiful deep red frame for the moon! And the last shot is very cool, the moon has lots of definition and contrast. Last night was a full moon, did you see it? I missed it, but it should be just as pretty tonight!

  8. Busy Bee Suz Says:

    I always think it is really cool to see the moon during the day!!
    you always capture the best night moon shots too; my hero!!

  9. Rajesh Says:

    Very cool moon shots.

  10. Happyone Says:

    Nice shot of the moon. I posted one today too.

  11. Karin Says:

    It is so fun to see the moon in the clear blue sky!

  12. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    Such a marvelous captures, George! Love them both — the first shot with the wonderful colors and the almost other worldly shot of the moon! Terrific! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

  13. MB Says:

    Gorgeous moon shots, George. I love to see the moon in a blue sky. MB

  14. Linnea Says:

    Very pretty that first shot…what lovely lighting. The second shot is amazing. Wow! Well done George. Do you know that I still don’t have a tripod…LOL!

  15. diane Says:

    That is neat. I can never get the camera to focus. I guess one needs to do it manually.

  16. lina@women's perspectives Says:

    Love your moon shots…

  17. 50 States Design Project Says:

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  18. Red Nomad OZ Says:

    The Moon looks magnificent by day AND night – but the detail in the 2nd shot against the dark sky is superb!

  19. ladyfi Says:

    Lovely shots! Love the red of the leaves in the first one.

  20. ewok1993 Says:

    i really like the composition of the first image. i must say i can never capture the moon like you do.

  21. Leovi Says:

    I love, a beautiful moon, fabulous!. I wish you a happy Sunday.

  22. rohitsareen Says:

    fantastic shot. i liked both!

    cheers,
    My Third Eye

  23. Reader Wil Says:

    That’s a very great photo of the moon. Thanks to the tripod. Thanks for showing!

  24. dayphoto Says:

    Beautiful! I keep trying, but I can’t seem to get the craters on the moon. LOVE the whole look!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com

  25. NCMountainwoman Says:

    Good grief, George! First you take our Carolina blue skies. Now you’re taking our Carolina Moon? 🙂 Lovely photograph!

  26. Red Nomad OZ Says:

    Haha! I just visited your other blog & commented on the moon pic – although I thought it looked vaguely familiar … now I know why!!!

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