Super shots, Anita. See that you had clear skies for the conjunction of the moon and the planets. Unfortunately, we were overcast here in Indiana.
Thanks! We DID have clear skies, which was nice - usually we don't have for things like this! :)
AH .. you caught the evening Trifecta! Well done.:-Daryl
Everyone but me seems to have photographed this one! I was working and didn't get out there, so I have to wait til 2052 to catch it.
Wow, Moonshadow, told me about your pic, great shot,I post peoples celestial images on my blog, get a free pair of glasses, if you do, just leave a comment.http://blackholesandastrostuff.blogspot.com/2008/12/journey-to-edge-of-universe-and-more.html
lol, forgot to put 3D in front of glasses.
Looks like what I saw, too. Nice picture. And thanks for visiting my blog, //john-alookin.blogspot.com. Never would have thought I'd run into a Greensburg native blogger after just visiting there this week. I read your account of May '07. Thanks for sharing.
Bob - That would be great! Thanks... Do I need to email it to you? Where do I send it?Those glasses would be great on the NASA site for homeschooling... I could do a whole unit on space exploration with my son! :)Great blog, by the way!
Hi Anita, I just added your pic to my post and because you are homeschooling I sent you an extra pair.
Now this is just too cool! I went out and tried to photograph it too, but I'm sure you're turned out so much better!
ok, that's supposed to be yours.;o)
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