Friday, December 5, 2008

Skywatch Friday... sort of...

On my blog surfing trips, I often come across bloggers who post a 'Skywatch Friday' post... I thought I would look into it a bit more and then decided why not have a go myself!
Thou I must admit tonight I am cheating... I took this image a few nights ago. Everyone was all excited that the moon and two planets made a lovely smiling face. Sorry I don't remember all of the info about this event.
I took this image approx 8.45pm from my front stairs. I did eventually get out the tripod and played around with some different settings, but I do like this simple one the best. I have made no adjustments except to sharpen for the Internet!
This is the link to the site, from there you can access links to other blogs around the world. I recommend The Fishing Guy He lives near my family in America and I really enjoy the images he puts on his blog, remnds me of another home :) night x
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6 comments:

Suzanne said...

I love your photo it is so clear. I posted a similar photo that I took in the west and my friend emailed some from the east coast of Australia.
Can I ask where in Australia you got your fantastic photo from
Happy SWF and have a good weekend.

Texas Travelers said...

Love your photo. It is amazing how many different looks we got from different folks. Artistic viewpoint I guess.

Thanks for the visit.

I like fishing guy also.

troy and Martha

Tarolino, Finland said...

You too have captured the moon and the planets beautifully. Seems to a bit of a theme going on.

Gretchen said...

Welcome to the meme! Great shot for your first entry. :) Happy SWF!!!

a passion 'n frames said...

hey girl... fun...photo and that skywatch is fun to participate in...the sky is amazing allllll over huh...

hope ya all had a great holiday and are busy getting ready for xmas... weather been cold here... hope your stayin warm

Pearl Maple said...

Beautiful photo of the sky doing something interesting. Down under in Austraia we had the reverse view and it looked like a smiley face. Thanks for sharing with Sky Watch Friday.