Animals / Birds / Clouds / Crows / Sunrise No Moon Dawn November 13, 2020 Timothy Price57 Comments I was expecting to wake up and see the moon and Venus almost on top of each other but got colorful clouds instead. Yesterday morning got a crow flying between the moon and Venus. Cresent moon, crow, and Venus The end of dawn Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
57 thoughts on “No Moon Dawn”
Both have that magic to them. The 1st with that ripple-gridded cross-current (plus Chem Trails the da before?) texture like a shallow lagoon in the sky doing all the wave patterns everywhere.
The crow between the Moon and Venus. Epic… I’m wanting to title it, “How the Crow Tells Time,” feels like a clock.
Plus, there’s this big-beaked dragon bird character looking to the left side from just into the right side.
Great shots, Tim!
I find all interesting things in the clouds. Crows were flying by so I waited for one to fly between the moon and Venus. Thanks, Jordan.
Gorgeous photos, Tim!
The clouds in the last shot look like an abalone shell!
I think you are right. Thanks, Lyn.
Your state’s motto certainly applies here. Extraordinary and powerful images.
These skies are a good example of “The Land of Enchantment”. Thanks, Maj & Sher.
Nice wake-up colors.
They were perfect. Thanks, David.
I love it. Crow adds another dimension.
Thanks, Dale. The kittens watch the crows from the window perch in the morning.
I can well imagine.
You woke up to something stunning.
I did. Thanks, Shey.
See?… that’s what I mean waking up to beauty! Thank you, my friend!
ps. that crow caught between the Moon and Venus …ah….
You are welcome, Marina. We live in the land of enchantment.
You really do, my friend! 🙂
The second picture is very special, you here lucky to catch this image.
Hi picphilio. It was more patience that luck with the crow. A lot of crows fly north in the morning and the moon and venues were low enough that I knew a crow would fly between them soon enough.
That’s awesome. I think that’s an omen . It means Spunk is going to stay home cause he’s leery of crows that fly between the moon and Venus.
Gorgeous photographs Timothy. I’ve been trying to catch some pics of a beautiful black cat that hangs out here ( mainly because o leave goodies on my front porch for him.) He is a hunter and my catio is like Jurassic Park for lizards, a wonderland for stalking. Have a lovely day ! 🦎
Hi Holly. You might be right about an omen. A beautiful black kitty? Can you approach it at all? Sound like it’s worth trying to steal. Living in a lizard wonderland sounds like so much fun.
It’s wearing a collar. I have a lot of am cats around, a real pretty solid white one and a three legged cat. I think the lilies belong to Three Legs. , the milk I put out and the tuna was gone but she would come to me at all. I think they belong to the lady down the street , a recluse with lots of cats. She would probably have a broken heart if Black Cat didn’t come back.
Don’t steal black cat then. What color is Tripod kitty? It sound’s like you get a good selection of critters in your back yard.
Tripod is gray striped. The kittie curled up in my our h was also gray so… I have all kinds of critters. A zillion lizards , cats, squirrels, mikes, sand hill cranes, and some gators in the lagoon.
Gators to wrestle. Sounds very exciting.
You have to be quick around here.
A beautiful dawn! We have had rain the last few mornings. All shades of grey here, and no color.
It’s mostly clear and windy this morning. Thanks, Lavinia.
I love those pictures and the story
Gosh, you live in a beautiful part of the country, thanks for sharing! All my sunsets and sunrises are distorted by telephone poles and wires!
Thanks, Tiffany. We have telephone poles and wires on two sides of the property, but the cottonwoods help cover them.
Beautiful shots, Tim. You really get some dramatic skies where you live. It’s a wonderful thing!
The skies are so much fun. Thanks, Resa. BTW Spunk is on my lap.
Awww…. Has Spunkie – Poo 💋 been attached to you since he came home?
We’s been wanting a lot of attention, but then again he’s pretty much back to his old cantankerous self. Marbles kneading bread on me now
Lol! How many loaves?
Too many. We call kneading “Puh Duh”, and Marble is a serious Pud duher.
Aww, so cute!
Gorgeous skies, Timothy. Terrific shots.
Thanks, Jane. We have magic skies out here.
Incredible photos, especially the last one!
Thanks, Wonders & Smiles.
These are gorgeous, you got some perfect timing on the crow photo
Such a beautiful piece
Kindly take 2 minutes of your beautiful day to read my first blog…if you like you may follow.thankyou😊
Stunning images Tim!
[…] No Moon Dawn […]
[…] A beautiful sequence (photos) […]