4/09/2009

Skywatch Friday No. 39

I caught this series of the moon Saturday evening. It was great weather and the sky was relatively clear.
I really liked how the wispy clouds played off of the moon. The blue of the sky really set off the white of the moon and clouds.

Please go visit the other great Skywatch participants at Skywacth Friday There are wonderful photos from all around the world! Enjoy your day and don't forget to hug your DOR
Edited to add: My friend Harley Darling crossed the rainbow bridge this afternoon. I will tell you about him on Saturday. Right now I am still guarding his spot at the hay pile. Run fast my handsome friend.



15 comments:

One Red Horse said...

Oh Jack, DOR!!! Harley was very lucky to have to have time living with such a good caretaker and such good friends. I am so sorry!!!

koala said...

Ah, the availability to call a blue sky an evening... makes me daydream.

Paint Girl said...

What a beautiful sky!
I am so sorry to hear about Harley! That can't be easy!

The Write Girl said...

I love this shot of the moon and it is not yet dark...nice find!
So sorry to hear about Harley.

Florida Beach Basics said...

I'm so sorry - it's never easy to lose a friend. I'm glad he was with people and critters that loved him. marge

Louise said...

The clouds make a nice stage for that moon!

Sylvia K said...

Really beautiful moon shots! Lovely clear blue sky!! I surely would like to see one of those skies for real --- ah, it will happen in Seattle, just don't know when! Have a great weekend!

Torsdag said...

Thanks for sharing "The Day Moon".
It reminds me of a shot I took in Norway last year.
... and some german word for your friend:

Das kostbarste Vermächtnis eines Menschen ist die Spur,
die seine Liebe in unseren Herzen zurückgelassen hat.
Vinzenz Erath

Hartmut

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Torsdog,
"The most precious legacy of humans is the trace,which left its love in our hearts.
Vinzenz Erath"
What beautiful words you shared...Thank you

I wan to thank all of you for your kind words. It just isn't quite real yet.

Carolyn said...

What beautiful captures. I never tire of looking up into the face of the creator. I am sorry for the lose of your friend, they give us so much. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.
Smiles

Split Rock Ranch said...

So sorry for the loss of your friend and companion Harley.

Amanda said...

Hang in there Syndi, time will heal. I have had you on my mind since I got your email. It is never easy saying goodbye.

mommanator said...

what beautiful shots!

Caprice- said...

Jack,
You have a very nive view of the moon. I really like those high clouds- don't know what they're called???
Sandy and Dani send their love. They have no men in their lives now so a visit from you would be welcomed! Their last male pasture-mate left a few weeks ago and they are getting used to being alone.
Happy Easter!
Caprice

Strawberry Lane said...

What beautiful moon photos ... feels quiet and peaceful.

Harley will be sadly missed. It is so difficult to say good-bye.

 

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