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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Last Night


Half the moon, in a hazy glow.


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  1. Hahaha!
    I took a picture too!
    I wonder if we were both looking at it at the same time!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Maybe! At least we know it's the same moon! ha.

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    2. funny . . . . very witty . . . lol

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  2. We haven't had any sun this week. It deemed to show it's face today for a brief time. At first I thought it was the Moon on fire !

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    1. Got it wrong didn't I? Should be: "At the Battle of Bosworth King Dick III looked out of his tent at the dark clouds and said "The sun that deigns to shine up me this day also deigns to shine upon mine enemy!". Yes, I know the feeling well.

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    2. Why doesn't the sun like you Brits? :)

      I think I've heard that quote before...long ago!

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    3. Shakespeare wrote it. I think what King Dick really said was "Forsooth! Tis raining yet AGAIN!"

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    4. Prithee tarry a while longer . . . two truths are told as happy prologues to the swelling act of the imperial theme . . . red wellies and rain !! . . . lol

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    5. Ah! Tis but a longish while since I heareth good olde English spoken Eddie!

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  3. It reminds me of a huge taco shell :-)

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  4. At night when the lights are out the moon is projecting so much light that it reflects on our snow in the yard and it lights the house with a soft glow.

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    1. And the moon on the breast of a new fallen snow
      Gave a lustre of mid day to objects below?

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  5. That's pretty but the photographer is prettier! -- s.f.

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  6. Nice half moon . . . what did you do to the other half? . . . . . lol
    Like the craters . . .

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    1. Looks nice and romantic ~ care for a stroll? . . . :)

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    2. Here or there? Here you would need to bundle up...there you would need an umbrella and wellies. ha.

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    3. Never heard of the term to bundle up . . . . you have some real funny words over there . . . lol
      wellies . . . . not very romantic are they? . . . . . passion killers . . . . haha
      Better wait until the Spring/Summer . . . lol

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    4. Bundle up...as in putting lots of layers to keep warm! Ha. And it's too cold for wellies...you need warmer boots than that!

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    5. I like the term bundle up ~ I shall use it.
      In cold weather I wear my old ambulance boots ~ they are nice and warm and have steel toe caps (to boot) just in case I get run over by a bus or Santa's sleigh . . . . lol

      We'll save the romantic moon for a candle lit picnic . . . . rofl

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  7. I guess the man in the moon could only shine half last night
    But it sure is quite the sight

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    1. Must have forgotten to eat his Wheaties
      and could only show us halvesies. lol.

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    1. It was so bright...I had to go out and take a picture! We've had lots of clouds and rain/snow lately, so it was fun to see the moon again!

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  9. PS I so love that header. So glad you shared it again.

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    1. Isn't that photo sweet? I just love it. :)

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  10. Beautiful half moon. And toffee butterscotch cookies sound sinful!

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    1. Oh, they are. ha. Yum. But yours sounded wonderful last night with that sandwich! Oh my!

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    2. I ate the sandwich but resisted the cookies. However... resistance is futile! I am about to eat one now with some green tea. Hmmm... which will I choose? Decisions, decisions!

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    3. Oh my...your will power is strong! I would have eaten them on the way home before the sandwich! haha.

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    4. Well I think that the fact I had been munching on chocolate-covered almonds all day helped curtail the cookie craving - hee hee.

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  11. Hi Betsy - love those shots ... we've had lots of mists here recently .. but we've been lucky with the sun .. it was 15 degC (nearly 60 F) yesterday ... but the cold is coming as December appears tomorrow ... cheers Hilary

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    1. 60 is very nice and warm for the end of November...at least it is here! And you probably want the mists instead of snow, I'm guessing. Ha. Yes, December tomorrow....can't believe it.

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  12. Looks like a round slice of cheese folded over. Haha! A great shot Betsy!

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