Tuesday, 29 September 2015

rolling down a hillside...

It has been a few days since I checked in here. I have been away with my family and friends for the long September weekend. This is a unique Glaswegian holiday I think. I am still sorting through photos, piles of washing and other assorted camping debris. A full account of our adventure is in the making (it may be a while) but for now, a little teaser.


I did wake up for the lunar eclipse on Sunday night but didn't take any photos. Instead, I captured the moon rolling down a hillside the night before. Isn't it amazing?

Cheerio for now! Cxx


23 comments:

  1. Wow, what a photo! It's amazing, the moon is enormous! xx

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  2. Yes, it is amazing. Unfortunately, my small part of world had overcast skies on Saturday and Sunday night. The moon was high in the sky before the clouds lifted.

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  3. Hey Christina! What a great photo.

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  4. That is one amazing photograph Christina! Glad to hear you had a good camping weekend away, look forward to hearing all about it! X

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  6. Brilliant picture! I managed to get myself out of bed to see the eclipse, went outside, looked up but couldn't spot the moon anywhere. Typical!

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  7. I love that photo. The moon came up from behind the mountain here little by little, and I liked the point where it seemed to be perched on top of one of the smaller peaks.

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  8. An amazing photo, clever you. Looking forward to hearing all about your weekend away.

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  9. Yes, it is amazing, and it's HUGE! Great photo. x

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  10. Hey Christina,
    Score! That's a money shot f ever I saw one. Looking forward to hearing about your camping adventures
    Leanne xx

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  11. Brilliant! Hope you had a good break camping. CJ xx

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  12. Yes! What a clever capture!

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  13. That is a fabulous photo. I have posted the same moon on Saturday night in today's post. Isn't it funny that we were looking at the same thing but in different places. The world really is a small place! Jo x
    http://joeveryday19.blogspot.co.uk

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  14. That is the best moon photo ever.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  15. That is the most amazing photograph. Worthy of the very best professional magazine shots!

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