Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Thursday, January 12, 2012

Peeking at the Setting Moon Through Winter Reeds~

It has been my second rough week, but I am certainly encouraged.  I had my MRI this morning and I am hoping to get the results by Saturday.  If not, I shall have to wait until Monday, which is a long time, but then, I have waited 2 weeks as is, so I can be patient a little while longer. 
We are going to be having snowfall this afternoon and they have decided to have early school dismissal, which means the weather person, just might be correct in their forecasting. 
Three weeks ago I was en route to Bible study and church service when I spotted the moon setting in behind these very tall reeds and Pampas Grass, so I did a quick turn about and got these images.  I thought that they turned out kind of neat~

~Happy SkyWatch Friday, and Have a Happy and Safe Weekend~

















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13 comments:

  1. really nice 'basket weaving' and mosaics!

    good luck with your results! i hope they don't make you wait it out even more... :)

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  2. very nice abstracts with the moon! love the colors and light. I'm glad the MRI experience is behind you. I had one of those a few years back and they are...loud! even with the headphones. sending prayers and healing energy your way. I believe all will be well. happy SWF to you Mary. take good care now.

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  3. Lovely mosaics, remind me of weavings -- very artistic. I hope you get good news from the MRI Mary.

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  4. Good moon portfolio!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  5. Lovely variety of moon shots! Great mosaics, Mary. Hope all goes well. I'm holding good thoughts for you! Take care!

    Sylvia

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  6. So beautiful, Mary! Praying that you'll be well. The yellow-shafted flicker you asked about was ok. Here's the story: http://ozarkgrace.blogspot.com/2011/01/helping-hands.html

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  7. Really interesting photo combinations. How do you do that? Hoping all turns out well for you.

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  8. What wonderfully creative shots!

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  9. I love these shots - creative composition . . . Thanks for sharing. Happy SWF

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  10. It's interesting how a little creativity with how you show the photos takes them to an even higher level. Well done

    Have a nice weekend =)

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  11. Beautiful moon shots!
    Hope all goes well.

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  12. Very artistic! I read your quote in the header and just about burst into song: "Cherish is the word that I use to describe..." LOL! Now I am showing my age. That was my favortie song when I was a teen back in the 70's!

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  13. Cool abstracts of the moon! Hope you get good news from the MRI!

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