Friday, December 4, 2015

Moonwalk

Nothing to report. I simply felt the need to moon you.

The moon over the (Mar de Alborán) Alboran Sea — our portion of the Mediterranean.

(The moon won't get fuller if you click the images, but it will get bigger.)

SATURDAY NIGHT MOON. 
SUNDAY NIGHT MOON.
(THE LIGHTS OF BENALMÁDENA IN THE LEFT DISTANCE.)

Meanwhile, back at the terraza. Dudo through the glass.
THE SWALLOWS HAVE NOT RETURNED TO THE DRAIN HOLE,
BUT DUDO HAS — EVERY MORNING (CLICK HERE).

21 comments:

  1. Those two shots of the moon and palm tree ate great! And look at Dudo under the Hibiscus!
    Any time you get the urge to moon us, feel free!

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    1. Jim:
      I'm so grateful to have carte blanche.... since I do it on a whim anyway!

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  2. Nicely composed photos of the moon and tree. Looks a bit windy, but I guess not cyclonic.

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    1. Andrew:
      It was a bit windy both nights but, you're right, not cyclonic.

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  3. Beautiful moon. Dudo waiting for Godot ...

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    1. Wilma:
      He was there again this morning and he told me "We have to come back tomorrow." I asked, "What for?" He said, "To wait for Godot." (At least if it's Godot who arrives, he should be too big for Dudo to swallow.)

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  4. That single tree beneath the Moon looks surreal.

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    1. Stephen:
      All I did was enlarge it in Photoshop. The colour and position were the same. (It was too small to make an impact in a photo this size... There is NO truth in advertising... well, a little this time).

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  5. The moon over Malaga ... and my kind of Christmas tree!
    Nice..

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    1. Theaterdog:
      Always good to have a visit from you. My kind of Christmas tree, too.

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  6. And this morning we get treated to Venus! The planet, not the tennis star.

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    1. Walt the Fourth:
      I wish my camera (and its photographer) could get a shot of Venus (the planet OR the tennis star).

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  7. You sure do know how to moon a gal. These are gorgeous, Mitchell. ;-)

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  8. Your moon hits my eye like a big piece of pie. ;-)

    Poor Dudo - though I do hope that his endless patience is NOT rewarded, at least not for what he's waiting.

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    1. Ray:
      Better than a big pizza pie, isn't it? As for Dudo, for some reason I keep believing he won't catch anything. I will be really upset if he does.

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  9. definitely awesome landscape

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    1. There's a little (or a lot) of everything around here.

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  10. Poor cat, waiting for Godot - or his mouse?

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    1. Spo:
      Or his swallow to return from Capistrano...

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