Proscenium

Moon Light

Stuck in the Middle

It was a very clear night, albeit very windy with a cold front coming through.  Though I can’t complain considering 2 previously beautiful days.  I have to admit, I am one who hasn’t taken down all the Christmas Lights off the roof yet.  It was a coincidence that when I was heading into the house I looked up and saw this.  I grabbed my camera and tried to capture what I saw.  This is as close as I could get, and I think its interesting.  It is a christmas tree light hanging off my roof (you can see the sharp outline) and centered in the near full moon.  I am not sure what setting I needed to capture what I was hoping for so if anyone has some suggested tips, Id be glad to hear them.  MArch 9, 2012

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