I must be the laziest supermoon photographer ever- I got these shots from my window!
The moon almost looks full but if you look carefully there’s a super thin sliver that’s missing on the left side.
When I was out photographing the moon day before yesterday I captured this photograph as well. It’s a bit abstract and I will tell you what it is in a future post but do you think you can take a guess at what this actually is?
I’m afraid I can’t give out a prize for the winner but I’d still love to hear your thoughts.
The moon is my muse- my apologies for the long absence- I promise to be back soon!
In the meantime enjoy the hunter’s moon which was visible from my window earlier this evening!
The moon took a bright orange tinge because it was very close to the horizon.
There are some constants in everybody’s lives. Computer crashes are one of mine. I haven’t had access to a proper computer in a while (just at the time I was resolving myself to be more regular on my blog). This post is from my nifty Moto phone. I’m always impressed by the quality of the camera.
I’m very fond of metros. Tube, U-bahns call them whatever but I’m always happy in a city that has a sort of metro transport. I’m a little more vary of buses as they are never as structured as the metros and given the proliferation of one ways and other traffic diversions you’re never sure to return the same way you left.
This is a photograph of Dubai metro train.
For this week’s photo challenge I present a photograph of the intricate and detailed carvings on the gateway of the Buddhist Stupa at Sanchi (Madhya Pradesh, India).