Tonight the moon fell to Earth - but don't worry, I caught it.

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Comments (60)

Steven Stoddart on January 30, 2011

Hi there Clive - Considering the icon you use,. this has an uncanny resemblance to the bottom of a (regrettably) empty Guinness glass....

Cheers!

Steve

Clive on Beara on January 30, 2011

OR... (with my 'glass half full' mindset), it could be argued that it's reminiscent of looking down at the top of a (wonderfully) full Guinness glass!.... Cheers to you, Steve, and many thanks for your visit and comments - best Beara wishes, Clive

Clive on Beara on January 30, 2011

Hi there, ®ock! Many thanks for visiting and for your comments on this nice idea. Pleased you like it. Best wishes from the west of Ireland, Clive

Richard Ryer on January 30, 2011

Greetings Clive, Thanks for the visits. What a clever idea for a photo. I was wondering where the moon went. Hopefully you will put it back when you are done. Cheers, Rich

Yorkshire Sam on January 31, 2011

You guys out in the wilds really are stuck for entertainment mate but hey it gave me a chuckle so thank you for all your effort and cold hands :O).

best wishes, Sam :O)

Clive on Beara on January 31, 2011

Aye, Sam - the Beara Peninsula - how those winter nights fly by...! :O)

Life out here in the wild's not really been the same since the big electric storm in March 2009 which blew up my SkyTV box - and we've had no television in the house since then. Pub's good, though (which may go some way to explaining antics like the one pictured above!)

Hi Richard - many thanks for calling by. Pleased you like the idea - be assured it's back in its proper orbit already.

Best wishes to you both from the sticks. Clive

Jan Sluimer on February 4, 2011

Great image...like...greetings from Holland.

Clive on Beara on February 4, 2011

Pleased you think so, Jan. Many thanks for your visit and, of course, for the like. Best wishes from the west of Ireland, Clive

Brian Shirtliff on February 11, 2011

Haha ... I thought the moon was bigger than that too! ;)

Clive on Beara on February 11, 2011

Bigger maybe... but surely it can't be much colder??

Priska Ziswiler on February 18, 2011

like

schöne idee!

gefällt mir

Clive on Beara on February 18, 2011

Many thanks for your visit, priska - you're very welcome to my gallery. Many thanks for the like - I'm pleased you liked the idea. Best wishes to you from the west of Ireland, Clive

vo-id on February 21, 2011

But don't let it fall again! ... Like ... Greetings, vo-id

Clive on Beara on February 24, 2011

I won't! Many thanks indeed for the like. Best wishes from the west of Ireland. Clive

Changhong Chen on March 30, 2011

Very nice shot!

Like! Favorite!

Good Luck!

Best regards from Changhong Chen!

Clive on Beara on March 30, 2011

Hello Changhong Chen and welcome to my gallery. Thank you for your visit and your kind comments. I'm pleased you like this moonlight capture, and honoured that you've put it among your favourites. Best wishes to you from the west of Ireland. Clive

Mário Eloi Castro on March 30, 2011

Great Composition!

Like

Greetings from Portugal, Mário Eloi Castro

Buts Yuri on March 30, 2011

LIKE-16! Greetings from Ukraine. Yuri.

Clive on Beara on March 30, 2011

Thank you Mário and Yuri for your kind compliments on this icy moon shot. It was certainly very cold to hold! I'm delighted to receive your comments and your support, and pleased you like it. Best wishes to you both from the west of Ireland. Clive

Clive on Beara on June 8, 2011

:O)

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  • Uploaded on December 20, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Clive on Beara
    • Camera: Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
    • Taken on 2010/12/20 17:27:34
    • Exposure: 1.300s
    • Focal Length: 21.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO1600
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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