Rising Red   4 comments

A near full moon rising red behind the town, from last month

 

Near full moon rising behind Elgin

 

 

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  1. They are are a little special to witness

    • The colour didn’t last long, either, the moon rose high and took on its usual colour within minutes. I was unprepared, hence the noise in the image and issues with focus, but I am so glad I caught it.
      Thanks for still being there, Scott, seems like most folk have abandoned me 😉 Had a chaotic few years and have hardly posted anything, need to get back into things. Hope things are fine with you and life is treating you well?

  2. Blogging like Instagram requires interaction – it doesn’t take long to restimulate things. But at the end of the day our art is for ourselves. Posting it generates a record which can be reflected upon – just did a compare and contrast on IG with my top nine images from 2016/2017 . Much reduced colour due to no sunrise sunsets this year mainly Coastal views – it’s also a record for the future.

  3. Agreed. Records of changing focus, of new experiments and increasing experience.

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