Morning Moon Sliver

Once again, not anywhere close to perfect, but getting better. And, my hands are FREEZING.

This is like golf: Butt out; chest out; head down; arms straight but relaxed; breathe easy; swing smooth; and keep your eye on the ball. As with golf, the surprisingly good shot will come when I remember and execute every step correctly. One of those steps has GOT to be “gloves on.” The other, in low-light situations, “use the remote.”

I didn’t know there would be a moon this morning. I thought that had passed already. But I’ve gotten into the habit of checking CDOT cameras online in the morning. In some of the pictures, looking east on the Eastern Slope, I happened to see a bright light above the horizon. I was out earlier than this, but I should have also set the cam to use the remote and didn’t. Camera shake previous to this shot blurred those earlier images. The dogs’ ears are still burning.

It looks as though it will be another cold but beautiful day in Western Colorado.


About Photo Granny

Walker, bowler, golfer, talker, wine taster, amateur photographer, Mac user, bookkeeper, tech junkie.

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