Thursday, January 15, 2009

Wolf moon

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I cannot tell a lie. My husband took this photo. He's been taking a lot of them lately and I've happily given up the camera because he looks forward to seeing how the photos turn out. No, I'm not jealous or secretly hoping that his photos aren't as good as mine. I'm glad they make him happy. Not much does, these days you know.

15 comments:

The Good Life in Virginia said...

beautiful capture...
wish he were feeling better.
hugs to you both and of course give george a pet ^..^

Ellen said...

I can feel extra hair growing on my legs just looking at that werewolf moon.

Beautiful picture Horse Trainer Husband!

Amber said...

That is awesome! I try to get Moon shots, but i cant seem to get it just right =(

Hilary said...

That's the best one I've seen so far of this full moon. He did a great job.

KristiDee Photography said...

Beautiful...Great shot :)

Gail said...

A true partnership! Good shot and fitting prose.

Kathy said...

Tell your husband he took a great picture. I with everyone else, I have tried and failed to take a decent moon shot. Hope you have a nice day. =)

A New England Life said...

I wondered if I would see any moon shots in blogland this week. It sure was a beauty! As is your husbands picture : )

Sharon

Mary said...

That's a beauty! He's doing really great with that camera. :) Wishing you both a little happiness...
xoxo,
Mary

Mental P Mama said...

All I can think of is Jacob Black... I am so glad your husband is enjoying the camera.

joan said...

Beautiful! It's been so cloudy and overcast around here that I didn't see that. Hope your hubby continues to enjoy taking photos.

Deb said...

I say he opens his own blog to highlight his talent. I never seem to get to moon just right.

DesertHen said...

Beautiful shot!

olivia said...

Lovely. I'm enjoying seeing your husband's photos -- isn't it wonderful when people realize the beauty they can capture to share w/ others ... it's the lure of the camera ... ;-)

dlyn said...

He got a great shot. Praying that he sees improvement soon.