Okay, I’m always writing about how lucky I am to see such beautiful sunrises here at the Mountain Pasture in Central Texas, but this morning I saw a totally different incredible sight. As I looked out the bedroom window just before I left for work, I noticed that there was no impending sunrise, but there was fog hanging low. I thought, “Darn, there won’t be any cool sunrises to see this morning.” I got in the car and started down the mountain, and just as I passed the first little tank of water, I realized what I had just seen, so I hit the brake and began backing the car. Sure enough, there was this beautiful reflection of the nearly-full moon in the small earthen tank of water. I put my car window down and grabbed my tiny, little camera and snapped three shots before heading on in to school. Usually the moon blurs with my little camera, but I thought these photos turned our fairly well. Of course, you can also see how Central Texas looks in the dead of winter……..brown and gray! The winter grasses have turned green since the recent rains, and a few weeds are peeking out green, so before we know it, the heart of Texas will put on her Easter bonnet of every color in the rainbow, but for now, here’s the amazing moon of this morning.
Wow Patsy, these are incredible photos! I remember once leaving for work and looking west, out our back windows. And seeing the setting full moon in all its yellow glory!
Thanks, Mary. That moon and its reflection in the tank was just an incredible sight. I couldn’t believe I had my little camera with me. Wish I had more time and more brains to figure out a great many things on my blog. It’s so frustrating. I want to do things on the blog that I can’t figure out.