A crack and the moon

A bit of a misleading title but it had a nice sound to it! 😉
Two subjects photographed on different days with the only thing connecting them, the sky!
The crack was taken a few days ago on a rainy day, looking up.
First rains of Fall.
There it was,

A Crack in the Sky

…while a few days earlier, the Full Moon rose from the mountain
majestic and beautiful,

September Harvest Moon

in bokeh
…and ‘in focus’ dominating the city lights
A small tribute to a month leaving.
The harbinger of Autumn

September

and a painting by one of my very favorite painters:

Paul Klee

“Harbinger of Autumn”

A great week ahead!

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  1. Lovely, Marina! Your nature posts are quite delicious. Now, I’m wondering if Hera howled at the moon?
    Also, you are on my mind a lot this time of year….. DST! Our fave!
    ❦x❦o❦x❦o❦x❦o❦x❦o❦x❦o❦x❦o❦x❦o❦x❦o❦x❦o❦x❦o❦x❦o

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    • Awwww, thank you!!!!!! Yeeeeeessssss DST!!!!!!! Would you believe that european citizens voted for DST [summer time] to be the one throughout the year? I suppose, as long as we don’t have to change time twice a year, we’d get used to it… For time being, I look forward to getting back our lost our, end of October!!!!
      Hera did not howl but she was interested in looking at the moon while I was photographing it! 😉 We both send you our love and xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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    • You go it!!!!!! That was the 2nd [unmentioned] connection between them! Thank you for the insightful words! You too have a great week and …I’m off to my regular …beach walk [https://afrankangle.wordpress.com/2019/09/29/on-a-beach-walk-58-quiet/]! Yamas!

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