Crow Moon setting at Dawn.
Daddy Owl with the Crow Moon in the trees below.
The moon was 99.4% full last night and it did not pass the meridian. The moon is 99.6% full tonight but with the cloud cover, I could not see the moon rise tonight.
57 thoughts on “Crow Moon @ Dawn”
That’s a cute little brown jobber – also looks like a nice flock of Sandhills in the last shot! Not sure what weather you are looking at, but we are due for 5-10 inches of snow with 45 mph winds starting tonight… oh, and of course a good layer of rain first to make it nice and slick here in the Midwest – it’s gonna be a snow angel day tomorrow!
The forcast is for rain at 2:00 am and then start snowing at 3:00 am and snow all day tomorrow. I’ll believe it when I see it. Thanks, Brian.
Gorgeous, Tim. The sparrow pics are my fav tonight.
Thanks, Jeff. Jack is a cute Sparrow.
Love that moon between the branches. And Jack Sparrow is a handsome fellow!
Always beautiful pics. The wind is so crazy here, the clouds have been flying by…
Thanks, Dale. It’s been windy and it’s suppose to start snowing.
Rain, here… 90%… which will turn to snow… no sign whatsoever of the moon!
I’m happy a made the moon effort yesterday. No show here, either.
I did, too… not quite as successfully! C’est la vie.
We have snow this morning.
Wow! Here it’s still raining cats and dogs and will be all day.
So you are beyond the edge of wetness into deluge?
I should think so… best side effect is the meltage of the snow, however!
Nothing like meltage to make your day.
AND, it was nice enough to stop raining for us to walk at lunchtime… Win-Win!
That was nice and cooperative.
Truly. I must be gracious and thank the Universe for being so kind…
Excuse me while I kiss the sky!
Because now? I can’t see through the windows, it’s coming down so hard!
Excuse me while I cry!
Hahaha! You are so clever!
Your setting moon photo is a beautiful composition, and I enjoyed all these photos for their beauty and peacefulness. The sparrow has some rather striking markings.
We have a mostly clear evening here with full moon, starry sky and a large chorus of tree frogs singing in the night. One of my favorite kind of evenings! The temperature is 40 degrees and dropping.
Sound wonderful. That’s great you got to see the moon tonight. Thanks, Lavinia.
That Moon in between the branches! ❤️
And little Jack is too cute!
All beautiful! The first image reminds me on some pictures of the intense Naïve art from Croatia.
That Crow [+] Moon is gorgeous and then I take my eyes further down and the journey begins… You and painter are in perfect collaboration. I love the sea of clouds… and then I go back up, to that Moon & Crow shot. 🙏
I LOVE Crow moon and obiv the wowls.
I love the feeling this builds in me. So radiant and marvelous!
wow the moon looks like the sun. I took one last night that was the same but I wanted it to look like the moon.. haha. All are stunning.. say hi to daddy Owl for me Tim.💖
Every time I view your location, Tim, I think it should be included in an epic movie. The drama and exotic and diverse colours truly provide an environment for storytelling.
Thank you for the wonderful comment, Rebecca.
Awesome picture of the moon and the very strange shape trees!
Old gnarly cottonwoods that have been cut back drastically. Thanks, Yellow Cable.
Amazing. You are like a one man tourist board for your area. I doubt there is one of your followers who would not love to visit.
Thanks, Susan. Could be.
Amazing photography, Tim, I am blown away by that first shot, incredible!
Thanks, Tiffany. When I saw it I had to stop and get it.
There’s so much to like here, Tim. That first photo is so artistic. I love it and the play of light on water in all the sparrow pics. Of course your sky-scapes never fail to please.
I don’t remember what story it was for, but in the past you let me use some of your mushroom photos. If it’s okay, I’m featuring them again in the next episode of The Armadillo Files.
Hugs on the wing.
Thanks for the wonderful comment, Teagan. You can use the photos whenever you need them.
Much appreciated, Tim. I see that they are from 2013. I’ve been interested in them as supplements lately, and they managed to get into the story. Now for the energy to write the chapter. Not getting much sleep these days. Anyhow, take care.
Getting energy to do things is more of an effort thse days.
The first shot is spooktacular!
Who’s tree is that?
That’s a random cottonwood on the drive out to the main road. I’m not a liberty to give that on away. Thanks, Resa.
All good stuff, Sir. Excellent Crow moon, and getting it into Daddy Owls shot too. Great!
Wonderful as always Tim … loving those skies