In MtLawleyShire – Last Night, the Moon

Last night was a beautiful half moon and she sailed through an evening scribbled over with sky calligraphy:

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Moving through the spine of a calligraphied skeleton sprawled across the sky:

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Momentarily in clear sky, the late afternoon moon:

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Approaching soft swathes of cloud:

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Sailing clear of a soft clump, pursued by delicate smudges:

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Almost clear, but not quite: early evening moon:

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Moving through more swathes and curls of calligraphy:

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An almost clear patch of sky where the evening moon takes on more of fading day’s light:

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Drifting ends of calligraphy fail to dim her:

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almost clear and brightening in the darkening sky:

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Sky clear, darkening and she takes the sunset’s colour:

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Then sky calligraphy blazed across the sky, entrapping her:

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Deep pink wash over coming night:

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All light faded, she illuminates the calligraphy as a pale mist:

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But finally clear – gleaming and wondrous in her proper dark:

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6 comments on “In MtLawleyShire – Last Night, the Moon

  1. Van Ikin says:

    Wonderful record! I saw that moon too, but you “see” it so much better.

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  2. KDKH says:

    You always have lovely moon shots!

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