All photos by me: Moonlight Graphix, Looking Lenz, Nancy Larson-Lenz ~nrl
I've seen lunar eclipses, yes. I've seen Haley's Comet, too. This was a new experience; I've been a bit out of sorts, all day. Being a 'sensitive' (a term familiar with new energy medicine people), the quick solar/lunar shifts affected me about how I had anticipated. For lack of a better term, it was cerebral ... physically, mentally, emotionally, and visually. It was an experience I would have regretted, had I not closed shop for a few hours today.
This past weekend I set up my tripod and took a few test shots at about the same time it was supposed to be total darkness. Because of the results I decided I would just spend my lunch hour here at home. Later that evening I checked my phone and had a message from a co-worker. She offer to come pick me up at work about 11 am and bring me back. I forgot my tripod, good camera, etc. and opted to be her passenger. I did, however, have the small camera that is usually close at hand. She had chairs, we both had our glasses (I had two pair, one was used in attempting to take some photos either blindly, or without any idea as to where I was shooting; I had 'high hopes'!)
This photoshow is done with single shots as well as triple-click shots (3 consecutive, with various filters). This is a compilation of my day, with shots from the first I noticed the sun this morning, then a few before work. There will be another photoshow with shots of what the sunset and clouds looked like this evening. Many of those are the 3-click shots; pretty cool effects. I haven't learned all the things this camera does.
Who is this little girl?
I am . . .