76 thoughts on “Harvest Moon 2021

      • I figured you fid all handheld.

        I took a photo workshop where they had us set long exposure and move the camera on purpose. Turning it in a circle, or a long straight line, gave me some great effects

  1. Great pictures!! Really liked them
    I too managed to see the moon because it luckily wasn’t cloudy๐Ÿ˜† the sky stayed lit alot more than any other full moon night which was an amazing sight!
    Thank you for the awesome closeups!!

  2. Thatโ€™s beautiful ! I havenโ€™t checked the moon out lately. I donโ€™t think thereโ€™s been anything this remarkable up there. I did watch Inspiration4 take off and land. Fabulous photographs Tim.

  3. Those are outstanding photos, Tim! I could revel in those for hours. I watched the moon set not long before sunrise. She slipped away before the sun could catch her.

  4. Glad to know you were still on the job after that bloody interview. We had an overcast last night, so there wasn’t any Moon to see. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. First of all Timothy, I am awe-struck and inspired by your awesome blog. I am glad I came across it. Though each image features the same thing, the moon, they seem to convey their very own tales.
    The moon behind the branches signifies a person trying to shine out amidst darkness, the bright one signifies someone wise, who has endured ages of learning.
    Though studded with spots, the moon is clearer the clearest crystal, it’s pure, sublime and touches the heart.
    So thankful to you for sharing these pictures, they have motivated me!
    ~~ Arnav

    • Thanks, Resa. I feel the exact same way about your drawings and dresses and Marina’s work. I just run out of words. I have Grammarly which tracks my typing and gives me weekly reports. The always report that I use about 1800 to 2000 unique words each week, more unique words than 95% of Grammarly users. And I still run out of words to praise your work.

      • The first time I saw the unique word count I said “Holy Jesus! Are you kidding me?” But it’s been consistent and it varies little no matter what my total word count is. So I guess my vocabulary is unique. The papers I write to present at the MLA, Medieval Studies and Linguistics conferences are about the unique langue and vocabulary we use in the north-central Rio Grande Valley. Grammarly is backing up my thesis.

        There you go using a really unique word. “Exegesis” is used all the time in my theology and religious studies, but it’s not common in everyday speech and writing.

      • Hahaha! My work is probably more scintillating than instructive, as I am no real linguist, historian, or medielalist.

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