Saturday

Between The Trees

Taken with my iPhone  
When I saw the Moon posing pretty between the trees, I knew it would make an interesting image.  The Sun was setting on the opposite side of us and made the trees come alive with light.

Sun sinks low
Trees reborn with light
Moon watches



16 comments:

Mimi said...

It's beautiful Kerri, as though an invisible hand is holding it there, proudly, for you (and now us!) to see.
A post-Thanksgiving meal walk..that sounds very good.

joy said...

Mystical picture:)
Have a nice week end out there:)

Kateri said...

This is so lovely--love how the moon is cradled by the dip in the twiggy branches.

Lucy Corrander said...

How very nice of the moon to position itself so neatly and the sun to provide such a warm, evening glow.
* * *
I'm gradually letting people know I've moved my blog 'Message in a Milk Bottle' to a new URL -

http://messageinamilkbottle2.blogspot.co.uk/

- where it is now known as M2.
If you would like to - please do re-follow there!
Lucy

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I love that extraordinary.The 'golden hour' as it is sometimes called. Beautiful image.

Michelle said...

This is a beautiful shot!

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks for following at M2, Kerri. It's a bit nerve racking starting up in a new place and a relief when I find people will carry on looking at the photographs there. It could be lonely otherwise!

Brian King said...

Wow! Beautiful, Kerri!

TexWisGirl said...

just wonderful! :)

Happyone said...

What a beautiful picture.

laura.forestdreams:) said...

what a beautiful Thanksgiving walk!! i LOVE the moon...and the bare trees are reaching up to frame it!!

Dina said...

Beautiful shot! Love the composition.

Mr. Black said...

Really nice photo.

Mary Thompson said...

Beautiful Picture! I love photos of the moon against a blue sky.

eileeninmd said...

Love the composition, Kerri! Beautiful moon shot! Have a happy Sunday!

Huzhar said...

Yes, this is an interesting image indeed.. Well done..

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