The moon was pretty bright two nights ago right around sunset, so here’s a photo. You can see some orange creeping in from the sunset going on in the other direction.
Guest photographer Denny Barnes sent me these gorgeous night sky photos about a week ago, and then I forgot, so I didn’t get them posted. I am so good like that. So, with my apologies for being a dork, here are his photos. The first one (top) shows the moon, and Venus and Mars make an appearance with the moon on the second (below). Thanks, Denny!
Yesterday was pretty foggy. So I went out and took this photo last night to show some of it. See it up there? That’s fog. In case you didn’t know. And the lights? Those are lights. Car headlight and taillights, plus some street lights. Do you want me to diagram it? Because I’m not going to.
This was taken on Fern Ridge Rd., near where it meets 10th Ave. For those interested, this is a 50 sec. exposure, shot at f/22 and 100 ISO.
As promised yesterday, here are the rest of the holiday lights images I took around town. Click on the thumbnails below to see them. I hope everyone who celebrated Christmas had a wonderful holiday.
I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday, just a happy Thursday, or whatever makes you merry. It’s funny — I hadn’t realized until I went to do this post that this is the same house on Summerview Dr. I posted for Christmas last year. They have a great house.
I had planned on burning off the rest of the Christmas lights photos I had taken, but there were more than I realized, so expect part two tomorrow. Click on the thumbnails below to see the first batch:
Happy holidays to everyone, whatever you may celebrate this time of year. And to celebrate the eve of that Christmas thang, here’s a penguin. Because yes.
He was actually part of a set of three that spelled out “JOY” in someone’s yard on Wildflower Dr., but I didn’t get a good shot of the group, so here’s the “Y” dude, instead. I thought he was holding french fries at first.