Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Last evening on finishing my work at the barn, on turning leave I saw a wonderful spot of light through the junipers. From the moon, which was softly-shaped and three-quarters, one of my favorite moon shapes. I think of this moon shape as “huggable” and fun to play with.
So, I did, first by creating a close-up.
That early evening light was cloudy and emphasized the moon’s soft shape. Clouds moonlight, and junipers created a scene surrealistic and begging for a photo.
The next photo, a mood breaker but on a similar thread, captures another interesting contrast. It’s my friend Anna’s big jumping horse, a gorgeous fellow standing over 16 hands. Here, he’s recovering from dental work, not standing upright but still a giant, and above the peak of my very puffy hat.
Dear Friends: It never fails that a picture is worth more than a thousand words. Diana