For months now, I've been planning a full moon with my big girl camera and tripod in a place where they are no cloud or electric power lines. Then, the plan is to get the perfect picture.
Well, it just never happens just the way I want it.
Tonight driving home, I notice the moon was almost, if not totally full, but there was a pretty heavy cloud cover. And I didn't have my camera with me, except for the one on my iPhone. And I was in a neighborhood with a lot of trees and power lines. Then, I came to a place with just the moon and trees, and the man in the moon looked, well, flirtworthy.
So I pulled over, opened my sun roof (moon roof, perhaps) and took this shot.
When I leave home tomorrow for my day's adventure, it will be with camera and tripod in the trunk. And just maybe the sky will be clear when I'm driving home!
Which raises another question! Why on earth can't they bury the freakin' power lines in the residential sections of the city? They are so ugly, and whenever there is a gust of wind, a tree will fall on one somewhere knocking out power! Oh well, I'll save that for another blog post of its own!
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