Friday, January 21, 2011

Good Morning

This was the first view that came into focus in the wee hours this morning. The full moon is casting a shadow of the trees on the snow that fell overnight. The tiny lights I keep on inside the new potting shed really seem to glow with a layer of snow on the glass roof.

I may have even captured some of the Blue Hour. If only I had the software to edit out the neighbor's coach light. Soon!

"God has rescued us out of the darkness . . . and brought us into the Kingdom of his Son who bought our freedom with his blood and forgave us all our sins." Colossians 1:13-14.

Have a wonderful day.

Linking to Hey Harriet at Shadow Shot Sunday linky party.


  1. Dear Angela,

    Thank you for your kind comment on my blog. I see it's still white around your house. In Holland the snow has now melted away. You have a beautiful view from your window over your garden!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Lieve groet, Madelief

  2. Very nice. Love the shot of the moon.

  3. Such a beautiful group of pictures. I always find the early morning after it snows to be a very peaceful time. Tlme just seems to stand still if only for a moment.

  4. Hi Angela! Those photos are absolutely beautiful and there really does seem to be a glow all around it. The accompanying verse was so perfect too! Thanks so much for sharing this at Inspiration Friday this week!

  5. Beautiful photographs-so peaceful to look at.

  6. Beautiful site to wake up to.

  7. These are among my favorite shadows this week! And I like the coach lights on the second photo!
    Really Rainey

  8. You've captured some ghostly shadows!


    If you see a shadow
    And want to keep it near,
    Point your trusty shooter
    (Make sure the lens is clear);
    Press with care the shutter,
    Do not slam or sock it—
    Then you’ll have a photo
    To carry in your pocket!

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Stumbling Drunk with Ecstasy

  9. That moon is incredible!Great photo!


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