What a great shot, Judy!! Perfect!
Beautiful picture, as a kid I always thought the moon hummed, but I don't know what.
I love your reference to the moon looking like a note of music ... I think we bloggers have great imaginations and I, too, always have my camera at the ready !!
That's a great shot. Wished I knew how to read music..
What a fantastic shot and beautiful nocturnal sonata!!
Great shot Judy ! And such a creative interpretation . Especially for your way home after a day at work!
It does look like the moon is a note on the musical scale!!"Moon over Miami"
What a neat shot. Hasn't the moon been awesome lately.
You are so observant. And, not only did you see it, you managed to capture that great photo!
It DOES look like a note on sheet music! Cheers to that. :)
Judy--Good shot & good observation; although, what kind of music has that many lines on a staff?!!!! Did I grow up musically challenged that I can't translate the note? I would have thought that, having played (at, perhaps)piano, violin, bassoon, and ukelele, I would have met similar music. At any rate, regardless of my giving you a hard time, I'll enjoy looking at your great photo.Cop Car
It was cloudy here and the moon had a halo of orange around it. I have a fantasy that the moon's favorite song is Moon River.
If you are a soprano, that's an A. If a bass, a C below middle C. Perhaps the opening note of Somewhere Over the Rainbow. Great capture.
On a scale of one to ten, I give it an A! Nice capture.
We saw the same moon last night but it was dancing across the tops of trees across the street.
What a great image! I love that you saw it as a musical note. Wonderful!
Very nice—and this one's clearly not a half note. BTW, I took mine with a point-and-shoot too. :~}
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