Exploring Fabius Township and St. Joseph County, Michigan, with side trips all over this Great Lakes state

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Big Moon Shadow

Our big moon night was a little too hazy  with thin clouds hanging around, so here it is with a shadow or two to set it off.  The night before it was dazzling, but I thought I would wait for the full-moon version.  Mistake!  First day of Spring resolution: no more camera-procrastination.

For much more intriguing shadows, visit Hey Harriet's Shadow Shot Sunday.


  1. Here too! I could not even see it last night. My husband said it was beautiful the night before. :)
    This is a beautiful photo.

  2. Here in Leeds there was a great moon, but I had no tripod with me because I was at a BBC live TV event and someone would have fallen over it. But it is a good rule for life, never put off..

  3. It was an amazing moon last night, that's for sure. Sorry your visibility was less than perfect.

  4. A mysterious shot!


    Of shadows an old man did sing;
    He chanted in Guelph and Beijing;
    The shade was his friend,
    He loved it no end—
    It made him feel rich as a king!

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Some Shady Mangos

  5. It's still pretty, but that's a good resolution!!!!

    You do NOT need an iPad for Artrage and can get a free version online to try. The artrage version is only $7 and works better--you can paint with your finger or a stylus. (more notes where you asked.)

  6. It is still a beautiful shot. I don't know how many sunsets I have missed out on because I have been in my car and my camera was in the house!! Mickie

  7. Know the feeling - I got some shots the day before but not brilliant. It looked great the next day but I didn't attempt to photograph it.

  8. I knew about it and then forgot to look. Darn..

  9. Well, although a little bit hazy, it is still good, looks big!!