Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Half A Moon

Is better than none.





I took these pictures earlier this week from the car. It was just a last minute impulse, but I love the way the half moon looks.

“God met me more than halfway, he freed me from my anxious fears.”
Psalm 34


16 comments:

Chris Scheuer said...

What a beautiful Scripture to go along with these amazing pictures. And so true!

Karen said...

Great photos, Ginny! That is a wonderful Bible verse to remember

Linda said...

You are such a gifted photographer!! Took the pictures from the car, she says!!! Awesome!

Sandra said...

and a perfect half it is.... I like all the bubbles and bumps along the edges... you get better pics from the car than I do in the yard.

Denise inVA said...

I am very happy you followed your impulse. Amazing photos of the moon, you can clearly see every detail and impressive that you took them from your car.

Ruth Kelly said...

You have a great knack for getting moon photos - I love them.

Tamago said...

Gorgeous photos of the half moon! It's amazing how you can capture so much detail so beautifully!

DawnTreader said...

You must have a proper telescope on your camera :) Your pictures of the moon always come out so very detailed!

Anne said...

Hi Ginny. Will you be able to enjoy any of the eclipse coming up this month?

Ann Thompson said...

I'm always fascinated by the moon and your pictures are always so wonderful

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

These are fabulous moon shots! I love seeing all the texture of the moon.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Half a moon is still a moon and your pictures are amazing.

Shug said...

My moon pictures never turn out this good. You must have a GREAT camera.... So neat!!

Rose said...

These are fantastic!

reana claire said...

As usual awesome shots, Ginny! I don't think I can manage to capture these shots with my handphone no matter how smart it can be.. hahahaa..

Carla from The River said...

Ginny, you are so amazing. I LOVE your photos!!
I am in love with the moon, so I just love when you share the moon with us.
Carla