|December 14th 6:10 AM|
|Moonset this morning in a sliver of clear sky.|
Looking northwest over the Olympic Mountains.
December 14th 7:58 AM
99.2% Waning Gibbous
Closing thought ...
The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.
If I ever get to Seattle then the space needle is one place I would love to visit. Great photoReplyDelete
Hi Bill, Thanks for your comment. Yes, they say, if you're going to see one thing, see it all, from the Space Needle.Delete
Beautiful pictures.The moonset is spectacular.I will trade you your chilly to what I have here.It's been covering around -20C all day and a strong wind.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Ruth. I just saw your great picture of the snow on the road. Wow! Take care and stay warm!Delete
Okay, I know you say 29 is chilly in Seattle but 29 where I am is not chilly. We had a high of minus Seattle.ReplyDelete
Hi Red, Thanks for stopping by! My oh my ... minus 29C ... amazing! Take care and stay warm!Delete
The Space Needle look nice all lit up. Just stopping by to wish you & the Mrs. a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year. May you have a fabulous 2017!ReplyDelete
Hi Joyful! Wow, great to see you in the comments! Hope to see you more often. Thanks for the kind wishes and same back to you.Delete
Hello, pretty scenes from Seattle. I love the moon shot. Just gorgeous. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
Hi Eileen, Thanks for stopping by and your kind words about the moon shot. You are my inspiration for moon shots! :-) Hope you have a great day!Delete
I love your moon shot. And the solstice is not long now, or Christmas, or 2017... Sesason's greetings right back to you, John :-)ReplyDelete
Hi DJan, Thank you for your kind comment! You are so right, time just seems to be flying by. Have a great day, DJan!Delete
Oh my goodness . . . that moon photo is amazing :)ReplyDelete
We had a -1 degree night, Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
So festive and beautiful!ReplyDelete