Wordless Wednesday: Crescent Moon

Crescent Moon

I know this is supposed to be Wordless Wednesday, but I felt a description was in order.

Last night as I was working in the living room, I felt as though I was being watched. Glancing up, I saw the crescent moon framed in the top section of the 20-foot window that forms the back wall of my house. It’s not a great shot – you have to look closely to see the framing of the window – but it happened to match a scene I was writing at the time.

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32 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Crescent Moon

  1. That’s just scary….. And I can see the framing of the window as well!!

    Yes, it did need the words to explain it as well, I am not objecting to that!! And thanks for letting me know about my pics, links have been fixed!!

    Happy WW!!

  2. This reminds me of the movie Stardust, because the stars sit up there and just watch our drama and pathos scroll by at a distance… maybe the moon does too.
    I like the fuzzy quality of the moon, because it matches the thoughts about it watching you.
    Congrats on being SOTD!
    Michele says hello!

  3. A very cool picture — and I’m impressed with how many posts you have up today for the day you are site of the day, today! (enough days in a row?)

    Congratulations on being persuaded to let yourself be the site of the day, and on winning the right to pick! I’ve enjoyed visting in the past and will no doubt enjoy visiting again in the future!
    Best,
    N.

  4. I have been noticing the crescent moon two nights in a row, but can’t get a picture of it that is blurry beyond recognition. Great job.

  5. Lovely! It’s not easy to take moon shots. Did you know that when the moon is just a silver sliver you can make a wish on him?

  6. Without context, I feel like I’m looking up at the night sky, through the clear glass roof of an indoor garden atrium connected to a Victorian home. Michele sent me, though, of course you already know I am subscribed to your feed (and your tumblr, and your twitter). Yay, grats on Blog of zee Day! :)

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