Animals / Birds / Bosque / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / Great Blue Heron / Great Horned owls / Moon / Night / Sandias / Sunset In the Pink of Night February 8, 2020 Timothy Price49 Comments Almost full moon. Moon shots Pterodactyl Owls Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
49 thoughts on “In the Pink of Night”
Great photography Tim, the moon was looking big last night. It’s amazing how well the owl blends into the tree!
Thanks, John. The owls really blend in with the cottonwoods. The moon was really big coming up tonight.
I can’t see the moon just yet, still behind trees… I’ve never taken a good moon photo.
Generally you need to use manual setting and expose for daylight. Otherwise, the moon comes out overexposed. It gets to a point to get detail in everything else in the photo you have to allow the moon to be overexposed.
What a variety of fantastic images! Thank you! 🙂
So stunning and gorgeous and mood-invoking, words fail me . . .
Such gorgeous shots Timothy. Full moon but not as beautiful as these photos!
Thanks, Holly. I took these photos last night, and, as I mentioned to John, the moon is full and really big tonight, but there was not a cloud in the sky all afternoon so the full moon was a bit boring tonight.
We were discussing the full moon tonight and how very small it appears here. Great photos Timothy!
Maybe it’s the altitude, but the moon looks very large as it rises over the mountains. Then it gets much smaller as it rises into the sky.
Well, I have no mountains but even over the Ocean it’s very small tonight. 🌕
Maybe it’s a little dry so there’s not enough moisture in the air to magnify the moon.
Yes, disappointing though,I love a huge full moon out over the sea. It’s so amazing. Still I love this full moon!!
Very beautiful photos, Tim. Nothing like a full moon, dark trees, pink clouds and owls!
Thanks Lavinia. It was nice to have the pink clouds last night. We have a crystal clear sky tonight.
So do we, almost crystal clear. It will be cold, and we will see the moon.
It’s overcast tonight. Rain is forecast for tomorrow and snow on Tuesday.
Bellissime foto, buona domenica
Grazie, Simona. A te.
Thanks, lady p.
Wonderful pictures !
Have a great sunday Timothy !
Thanks, Inge. You too.
Both the moon series and the owl series, Tim, are incredible! Awesome captures! That owl looks like part of the tree!
Thanks, AmyRose. It’s amazing how well the owls blend in with the cottonwoods.
Amazing indeed! Nature never ceases to amaze me, Tim! Ever!
Lovely moon shots.
Those are some great photos, Tim! I really like the ones of the owls, beautiful!
Thanks, Tiffany. We are hearing the owls nighting, and seeing them more and more. They are getting ready to nest.
Wish we could’ve seen the snow moon but snow got in the way of the view!
Snow happens. Thanks, Teri.
And now it’s rain.
We have rain this morning. It’s supposed to turn to snow tomorrow.
Great shots 🙂
Pink is right! Love these, Tim!
Did you notice how nice your tree looks with the full moon off to the side? Thanks, Resa.
Mine zig-zags. I have the only zig-zag tree!
I had to run, so I didn’t comment fully.
As always, it’s the most unique tree.(the best, as well as Holly’s tree) The moon is like a pearl that wants to decorate her lacy winter’s hair.
It’s a unique tree. I know about having to run these days.
Another stunning image! 🙂
Beautiful! And love Mr. Owl!
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Thank you, Sir.
Super photos Tim … a great collection!