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Two Moons. March 18, 2011

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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Taken tonight, just before sunset, from the muddy fields along the Connecticut river in Northampton.

First, with a hillside of hemlocks and birches:

…and then, after running through ankle-deep muck with Gizmo slung over my shoulder, this one with the Skinner Park Summit House in the frame:

I’ll clean the shoes tomorrow; tonight I’m gonna look at these for a bit, then hit the hay.

G’night, my friends.

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1. clairz - March 19, 2011

Beautiful! I can’t wait to see your photos of tonight’s “supermoon!”

2. littlebangtheory - March 19, 2011

Thanks, clairz. I made it a point to get last night’s moon in case I missed tonight’s – I have tickets to a great blues show which starts at 7:30 (can’t be late for that! )

3. Nancy - March 20, 2011

Don’t know whether the problem’s at my end or yours, but your photos haven’t been showing up in your postings for the last couple of days. It’s such a shame, because they’re gorgeous.

4. littlebangtheory - March 21, 2011

Hi Nancy,

Sorry for the delay on this end, it’s been a bit hectic here. I (and others, I understand) see the images just fine, so I’m sorry to say it must be something happening (or not) at your end.

Anybody else having this problem?

[…will wait for feedback…]

I hope things get back to normal hereabouts ASAP!

Nancy - March 21, 2011

The photos were showing up just fine until sometime over the weekend (I did see the ones from the Smith flower show). As Geoffrey Rush often said in “Shakespeare in Love,” it’s a mystery.


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