The Full Moonset Through Sycamores
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The full moon setting yesterday morning behind cottonwoods and sycamores (still holding their rusty leaves) here along the Gila River in southwestern New Mexico.
-so beautiful….stopped my breath for a second..
Aw, shucks. Thanks, Ann!
It can’t get any better than this photo. Beautiful, outstanding, etc.
Thanks, Sandra. I hear it’s cold in Iowa. I hope you’re warm!
Wow! You still need to find the Gila Monster. ..
Wow! Though I have to say the full moon coming up last night over Spruce Mountain seen through the maple tree branches and making shadows as bright as day on the snowfields up here on Upper Road was pretty spectacular too.
I’ll be there to see the moon on Spruce soon! (Hope it warms up some.)
Bryan, Are you sure that’s not an egg yolk covered with a branching red alga on a blue plate?
Brilliant, Judy! It could very well be! 🙂
Such a beautiful photo………..
Thanks. Can’t go wrong on a full moon!
incredible beauty! love your photos.