Thursday, September 1, 2011

theme day: perspective

the moon does not grieve.
nor does she sing with joy.



20 comments:

Malyss said...

"the moon, like a flower,
in heaven's high bower
with silent delight
sits and smiles on the night"...

Carraol said...

Beautiful and poetic image, moonlight in Vermont!
Stay safe.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

She just silently shines down on us all, restoring as much as she can! I love the moon and her magical power, hope that doesn't make me sound nuts!! Excellent shot for today Brattcat, hope all is well with you and things getting back to normal.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This is a wonderful photo of the moon, but I am even more mesmerized by the sky in this photo.

Kate said...

Both the moon and the sky are lovely. La Luna...so romantic! But, I wonder why a poem doesn't come to my mind today; perhaps, I'm not romantic enough?

Sharon said...

Wonderful moon shot with a very interesting sky to boot!

Jack said...

You share with us a brooding shot of a moon and ambivalent words o f a poem. I am trying to relate them to the recent devastation in Vermont and wondering how you are feeling . . .

Debbie Courson Smith said...

One of those nights you could believe it is made of cheese.

Jilly said...

Beautiful beautiful photograph with moving words that absolutely fit.

Birdman said...

Certainly an eerie image today... lemon dawn.

Misalyn said...

stunning photo! Quite eerie though :)

Irina said...

Bravo.
And she moves the oceans and make us sleepwalk.

Sharon Creech said...

Want to frame it and put it on the wall. Helloooo, moon.

Steffe said...

Great colors.

Sunny said...

After reading your comment I can't find the words to express how sorry I feel. Hold your memories close to your heart.
I can't get Moonlight in Vermont out of my head.
Sunny

JM said...

Magnificent, Brattcat!

Library Jewel said...

Beautiful! It almost looks like it could be an ocean reflection of the moon. When did you take it?

Amin said...

I understood You...but I want to say something that will incredible...Stay away from the moon...there is no perspective with the moon...the moon is dangerous thing in the nature...It is very difficult for to explain this...but I am sure this is true...

Harriet said...

Stunning photograph! It is good to look up when all around is in disarray.

Giorgio said...

...she just has fun rolling on the clouds...