Both shots are outstanding. Thanks for sharing!Cheershttp://reginainpictures.blogspot.com/
That moon is wonderful!
That is a great moon shot! I can see all the details very clearly! I love the sheep pasture....makes me think of the 23rd Psalm :-) I remember when we visited Wales all the sheep we saw, and coming around the bend to find them in the middle of the road! Scary!
Hi Jenny Wren...;o)It looks just about perfects around there.. never been anywhere near but heard so much about it's natural beauty.Tom
Oh, the moon is the theme this week. I did my post photos of the moon too. This is a good shot. I find it rather difficult to photo the moon. Nice shot. Loved this post. Have a great weekend.
Perfect catch for Skywatch Friday!!!! Mine's up too hope too see you around.. Have a great weekend!
I think thats a great photo of the moon and the v shaped cloud in the sky is good too.Happy SWF.
Both of these captures are really nice.Your blog has such a peaceful feeling about it.Happy Skywatching!~Lisa
That moon shot is fantastic.
Both are lovely. The moon is a tough thing, and you've done well.
Your moon is quite graceful in this photograph... very well done indeed!! =)~Michele~ Mountain Retreat-Canada
Lovely green and blue shots. Grat moon with clouds.
Great job on the moon photo Jenny Wren!!! Have a great Friday!!
both are great pictures. moons are so difficult :-). the one with the sheep is very peaceful.
Lovely shots! I also tried a moon shot this Friday. But need more practice. The Cotswolds are such a lovely area. Greetings from South Africa.
Thank you everyone for your lovely comments. SWF is such a great thing to be a part of! (-:Happy weekend to you all.
Beautiful pictures. I like the misty look in front of the moon. I invite you to come see my sky views from the BC Ferry to Powell River. -- Margy
excellent photos love the moon and love your header photo too!
Very lovely! I like the moon very much. Happy SkyWatching! Greetings from Iowa.
I meant earlier to comment on how fine that lunar shot is... must have forgotten! That blue is the most wonderful color nature ever produced. NO, it has to be the green of that field.... wonderful Jenny.
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