Abstract / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / Moon / Poetry / Sandias / Sunrise / Trees Moon Falls April 4, 2023 Timothy Price35 Comments Moon falls from the skySun reaches out to heavenTunnel holds the light Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
35 thoughts on “Moon Falls”
You’ve outdone yourself with these images!
Thanks, Liz. Laurie helped.
You’re welcome, Tim.
I just love these, Tim! You are quite the artiste!
A moon-ku. Clever. And nice images.
Stunning. Especially love number 2.
Laurie got that shot. I was already at work. Thanks, Cindy.
super cool!! I love it.
Those are beautiful photos and a great Timku! I agree, my favorite composition is #2. That is a very special one.
Laurie took that photo. Thanks, Lavinia.
Laurie has am artist’s eye. Please tell her thank you for me.
Beautiful pictures and words .
Ooooh, they’re melting away… just like me seeing those shots!!!! WOW!
Great Poem. and as always so are your photos Tim. 🙂
You are experimenting with some great ideas, Tim. And there is my favourite tree again!
You will being seeing a lot more of Resa’s tree. It stands between me and sunrises and sunset colors. Thanks, Geoff.
I did not know that Laura was also a photographer. Well congratulations to you both as the work is stunning along with the beautiful Haiku. I don’t know how you two did the first photo but that was striking. Bravo you two have a blessed weekend. 🦋🤗
Lauries an artist who happens to take pictures with her phone. She has a great eye for images. Thanks, Joni.
whoa.. these captures time are amazing! 💗
Adore the artwork and TimKu!
Again… my tree kills.
Not sure what I’ll do with all the pics.
I have a few ideas.
Is where you live semi arid? What is thee climate zone there?
We are high desert, and arid. We have had only about an inch of precipitation this year so far. I need to irrigate. I thought we were going to get water last week. I hope this week, but the ditches are dry.
Okay…. high desert. Interesting.
Yet, the cottonwoods grow. Are there cacti there?
We have various types of cacti, but nothing big like the Sugaros in southern Arizona.
Second shot is very apocalyptic – reminds me of the coloring in the 300 movie.
With as litle precipitation as we’ve been getting around here, it’s feels like the apocalypse is on us. Thanks, Brian.
Beautiful, beautiful, and beautiful.