Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Solstice Moon, Last Week




I'll always use a disposable camera over a digital, if anything, as I told Bob earlier, because I'd likely break the digital camera with one of my hand spasms within the hour of my having it in my possession. But there are times which I could take photos of the night sky and last week's full moon the night before the summer solstice would have been something I wish I could have photographed from here. As is, I have two photos, one from Maryland and the other from Greece. Enjoy the beauty, as I did from a different vantage point last Thursday.

5 comments:

Steve Malley said...

Hey, I think I have a spare film camera if you want it. It's not flash, but it's not disposable, either...

HemlockMan said...

My all-time favorite moon image is actually from a movie: the Tom Savini-directe remake of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. There's a shot at the beginning of a harvest moon that just totally creeps you out. (Well, it creeps me out, anyway.)

You'd like my old Canon digital camera. I've dropped it numerous times on rocks in mountains. Save for a couple of small dents, it still looks great and works like it's brand new.

Charles Gramlich said...

Pictures like this show a bit about why the moon has been so important in human folklore and myth.

Capcom said...

Mmmm, the attraction of the moon. When my little brother was a toddler, sometimes we used to sit outside together with him in my lap, and we'd stare at the full moon and talk. Kind of odd when I think about it now, but its beauty somehow mesmerized us both.

Lana Gramlich said...

Those photos are gorgeous, Wayne!