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Late home from work again tonight and homework to do too. Sunset time was at 9pm so I got out there for 8.45pm and found a moon in the sky, the tree was trying to catch it as it went sailing by.

Day130-2

14 comments on “Day 130~366

  1. beetleypete says:

    Full marks for dedication to your tree, FR. It paid dividends tonight, with that lovely lilac sky.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Thanks Pete, not very dramatic but I did like the graduating colours. 😊

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  2. Francis.R. says:

    I hope he can catch her. ^-^

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  3. fruitfuldark says:

    Beautiful image, that moon looks so fragile – takes a sensitive person to notice which makes the photo even more special..

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  4. -N- says:

    Lovely and subtle.

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    1. Thank Naomi 😊

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  5. Jay says:

    Very beautiful. You are so dedicated to get out there.

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    1. Thanks Jay, fingers xt I can find enough different shots!

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  6. cool silhouette, fraggle

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  7. MarySmyth says:

    I am loving this series Fraggy.

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    1. thanks Mary, I really look forward to seeing the tree each day, there is always a surprise!

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