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Thursday, November 13, 2008

Two full moon


26 comments:

doreus said...

Happy Full Moon Day! And I spoke of you... and the rest of the "moon club"... here.

Momo said...

Thank you, Doreus. I'm very touched.

Your link doesn't work.

Here is the right link.

doreus said...

Thank you, Momo... Whatever happened to the link I sent...

Have a Happy Full-Moon Day!

Momo said...

To tell the truth, these kind of moons make me a bit afraid, because I'm almost sure that these gravitational moon phenomenon have a tall influence in the behaviour of a lot of people (but, of course, not always in the wrong manner). I prefer think that this moon is a kindly moon, because I'm invited to supper tonight. Usually, I don't go out during the moons, but tonight I think that I will do an exception. Probably, this is a sign of improvement of my heath. I hope keep going in this way. God bless me.

krn said...

Momo, God bless you and the moon stays up you.
I wish you an excellent evening.

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Momo said...

Krn, you are too kind. I'm so happy to receive your comment.

I would be excited to see soon a photograph of your full moon, from the Barc village.

krn said...

I should be in Lyon this evening and I return just to me to Barc, exactly.

I have to wait for the moon because now the sky is very cloudy.

I am going to leave the curtain opened. When the moon appears, I can't miss it.

krn said...

"to me" ? I meant "at home"

krn said...

I captured the moon through the mist, then it disappeared behind clouds.
It's too bad.

Momo said...

Don't worry, Krn, through your description, we have already the image.

krn said...

Certainly, it looks like your moon.
I'll send it to you.

Momo said...

Ok, don't hesitate to share your moon.

Lilian said...

Hello Momo!
The full moon is gorgeus... it is always a kind moon. Keep getting better and do not be afraid of anything; fear brings more fear.
Un gran abrazo :)

Momo said...

HO, what a nice surprise ! Lilian !!!!

You're absolutely right, fear brings more fear.

Anyway, last night was a marvellous night for me.

Thank you, Lilian, for your visit.

krn said...

I am very happy for you, Momo.
Long life to te friendly full moon !

Momo said...

Ho, you are too kind, krn. Long life to you too, krn, because, somehow, you and Doreus, Lilian and everybody come here, you are my friendly full moon.

Mouac

krn said...

I do not know how is the weather in Geneva, but in Normandy, it is raining since I photographed the moon.

Maybe it hides so that I do not reveal all its other secrets

doreus said...

Well, KRN, the moon in Red Deer is shrouded in a blanket of SNOW! I guess it's even more mysterious here...

Snow... That strange substance, that's both soft and stingingingly cold at the same time! In a way, for people here, it is even more elemental than the moon.

krn said...

It must be magnificent.
Doréus, do we see auroras borealis in Alberta ?

doreus said...

There are indeed aurora borealis (we tend to call them «the Northern lights» in Alberta. I've heard of them, but not seen them yet (I must not be out at the right times). I would have to drive out of the city to see them right, and I didn't do that much last year. If I see any this winter, I'll try to take a picture!

doreus said...

One thing is for sure: here, the sky is immense. That is very difficult to really feature on a standard picture without a very wide angle lens.

krn said...

Immense ? even in town, among the buildings ?

It is immense where I live when wue go out of the forest, because there is just the sky, nothing else.

doreus said...

In towns, it is indeed more difficult to see the sky in all its scope. But as soon as you go out of the city, it is very visible. And here, apart from Edmonton and Calgary, towns are often small enough and with straight streets that if you look from one end of the street, you see the other end that opens out in the countryside. What makes the sky so overwhelming here is how flat the land often is.

doreus said...

And the effect of the sky is that when you drive towards a city, you see it from very far... and it then looks very tiny, putting humans back to their true scale on Earth.

Momo said...

I saw a wonderful film about auroras borealis :

http://www.pasquart.ch/f/filmpodium.f/filmdetail1.f.jsp?ID_Display=1000FJ