Friday, March 10, 2006

No matter where we are...


in this big old world, we all get to look up at this same lovely moon...

This one was mine at 2AM when I came home...shot from my front sidewalk...

So as I think of you each when I look up on my way home, I wonder if any of you ever think of us sharing this wonderful sight?

May each of your Fridays be grand, and your weekends fantastic!

alan

11 comments:

cherish said...

OH Alan that is a gorgeous picture. I love the moon and stars in the early morning. It is my favorite time of day!!!

Dr. Deborah Serani said...

What a beautiful photo. Happy Weekend to you and yours.

~Deb

kath said...

what a beautiful shot!

What did you use to capture it ?

Thannk you for the friday wishes... and i wish them back at you for today.. and the whole weekend too!

do fun stuff!

ConnieJane said...

WOW!!

What a glorious sight! Thanks for sharing.

alan said...

Nikon 5700 with a telephoto, on a tripod with an "extended" release (the electronic eqivalent of a cable release).

Exposure was 1/8 second at f4.2 at the 100 ASA setting.

Glad you each enjoyed it; I didn't do it justice, but it's the thought that counts I guess!

alan

Mystical Me said...

That was so sweet of you!! Thank you for sharing this with all of us. I do hope you have a wonderful weekend. Take care sweetheart!! Love always, MM XOXO

sttropezbutler said...

Merci!

STB

Heidi said...

Wow..awesome picture...Have a great weekend Alan.

MB said...

Alan, this is actually something I think about a lot -- that I share the same moon as others. That's a stunning picture you took. I'm happy to share that moon with you!

I n g e r said...

So beautiful! My favorite thing in nature--and yes, I often think the same thing, and say it to my kids if we're ever apart at night.

Thanks, Alan.

Inger

Lori said...

This reminds me of the song:

"I see the moon, the moon sees me
The moon sees somebody I want to see
So God bless the moon, and God bless me
And God bless somebody I want to see."

The whole, 'sharing the moon' reminds me of a time gone by, when I was away from someone I loved very much...but we'd look at the moon and know that the other was seeing it as well. Such a lovely sentiment, Alan. Thank you.