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Sunday, October 28, 2007

Morning Moon


The moon was bright in the sky yesterday morning.

This morning the clocks went back at 2 a.m. I won't repeat here my tale from last year about turning back clocks.

I had more than a dozen to deal with you. How many did you have? And how long did it take you to alter them all?

12 comments:

pusa said...

oh this is very beautiful, looks surreal and serene! a perfect postcard.

glad we dont have to adjust our clocks since we dont have DST in Philippines

joy said...

This is just beautiful! You ought to have it printed on a canvas. The colours are just lovely.

joy
Norwich Daily Photo

Old Wom Tigley said...

Mad Moon Arising..
Glad to say we only have the three clocks to adjust and Jane did them last night before bed.
I've forgot many timesin the past, I've turned up late for work, but worse I've got there a hour early as well.

Kate said...

Thanks for the link and the poem. Made me smile (it's still too early to chuckle!). I haven't counted the clocks and timepieces here because I'll let my husband deal with them. Grandkids are here and are still sleeping, of course. Your lovely photo makes up for awakening too #@!!&^% early!

~tanty~ said...

I smile reading your last year's post about turning back clocks :)
I only have to adjust the time of my watch, mobile and the time in my blog. I leave the rest with my hubby.

Your photo is lovely. I like it a lot.

Kerri said...

I do love moon shots! Especially the ones during the day.
We don't set our clocks back until next week here on the East Coast of the US. It will be sad to lose the light in the evenings.

Josy said...

I had totally forgotten before I read your post!

Well, I have some clocks to reset now.

Josy said...

Oh, wait, Daylight Savings ends NEXT week in the U.S. ('cos apparently the Powers That Be enjoy confusing everyone). That's why I'd forgotten. :)

This means I need to set all my clocks that automatically reset themselves, and then reset them again next week.

Deslilas said...

"Pleine lune" is fascinating not only for lunatics. I saw the same moon I guess yesterday above mountains near Mont Blanc while the valley was a cloudy sea.(une mer de nuages).

zakscloset said...

lovely photo! i only had to change one clock (the cheap one), and haven't figured out how to change the expensive one!

Dick said...

Very bright beautiful blue sky. Yes I have to deal with more than 10 clocks. I have 30 more of them besides that 10 but they are not on.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I love this one! :)

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