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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Sky and Shy

 
I'll start with last night's sunset. These are always gorgeous over the lake, but I have a hill. The lake is seven miles away. Still, not shabby.

sunset

And the moon this week has been so bright. I wish the camera would capture the colors I could see. It wasn't quite dark yet, and the sky was a deep blue behind the clouds. If I knew how to use the camera settings better I probably could have gotten it.

moon

This is the same woodchuck I showed you in May. She's still living by the house foundation. You can see she's getting pretty old, but not thin! And I dumped a bunch of stuff in the compost bin today, so that won't help her reduce.

soodchuck

In other news: I've been working on stuff for the Books Alive! event all day. Well, I did manage to write some this morning. That's not going to happen tomorrow. Lots of last-minute stuff to do.

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2 comments:

Ann said...

Such a pretty sunset. I don't have a clear view of the sunset where I live.
I've never been able to get a good picture of the moon even if I use a tripod. Your picture reminds me of what I just saw outside when I let Gibbs out.

R's Rue said...

I love your photos. Happy Friday.
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