January full moon

Watching the Seasons
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full moon with phone camera

The January full moon. I only had my cell phone camera with me tonight. Its beautiful even at low resolution.

Check out Dan’s blog for a high res photo viewed from 550 miles west of me (link).

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  • Kathy, great minds think alike. I just posted a photo of the moon a few minutes ago and headed over here to see you posted the same thing! A beautiful moon tonight, almost like a harvest moon.

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  • My kids actually asked if it was a harvest moon. It looked rather orange where we were. Very pretty.

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  • I've read its the wolf moon. But I haven't heard any howling around Belmont.

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  • http://roostershamblin.wordpress.com/ would you please spend a few minutes and check out my blog. I am a farmer who has been raising over fifty breeds of chickens for forty years.

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  • Great site Rooster. Someday I would like to raise my own chickens. When I have a bit more space and time.

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  • Marian(LondonUK)
    January 30, 2010 11:53 PM

    Lovely Kathy, what a good picture with your mobile phone. It is a beautiful night sky here in East London, not overcast for a change so the moon and stars are sparkling in a chilly winter night. Tomorrow's weather prospects are bright but cold, my digging boots and thermal leggings are ready to go! Lots to do.
    Marian (LondonUK)

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  • The moon was absolutely gorgeous yesterday morning (Saturday). On my way into work at 6:30 a.m. it was so enormous it looked like it was sitting on the top of the hill. I wished I had a camera, it was just brilliant!
    ~Felicia~

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  • Once i did it with my Camera but the result was not good ! I'm going to work on it…I'll see if I can come up with something… This is really fun.

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