Supermoon and Super Flowers


Nature, whether very close or very far away, never ceases to amaze me. Last evening’s “Supermoon” made for quite a show, as did the flowers in my garden these past few days.


The size and brightness of our nearest celestial neighbor didn’t disappoint.


Looking directly at the Moon hurt my eyes.


The daises have opened in the rock garden, signaling the end of freezing weather.


I love the way the pinks, purples, and reds blend together.


The pines at sunrise smell so good.


What is it about bubbles?

6 thoughts on “Supermoon and Super Flowers

    • My Dearest Linda… Many of the photos that I make are done with you on my mind. I’m always wondering if “Linda will like this one”. Thank you so much for all of your nice comments. From one artist to another……. Vann

  1. Vann, my mother forwards your blogs to me. I enjoy photography and live the mountains. Your photographs, impressions, and artistic compositions inspire me. What a beautiful place to live!
    Vicki Carnahan Tracy

    • Thank you Vicki,

      Your mom and dad have always been special people to me. Although we might not have met before, I feel as though we’ve known each other for a long time. I remember when ya’ll were small kids living in Westwood Lakes. How time flies!

      Thank you so much for your very kind comments about my photos. You can tell how much I love doing this.
      Where in “the mountains” do you live? Please stay in touch… Vann

  2. So enjoyed these, the one of the moon is incredible! Your pictures are so stunning, you should think of make a book of them. I also love the smell of the pines! Thanks as always for sharing

    • Dear Edwina, I would LOVE to do a book one day. I’m in the process of compiling a group of photos to submit to a publisher. Thanks for the vote of confidence. Vann

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