I enjoy moon photos from this time of day. Hilaire Belloc wrote a few lovely lines about it, and your photo brought them to mind.
“The moon on the one hand, the dawn on the other:
The moon is my sister, the dawn is my brother.
The moon on my left and the dawn on my right.
My brother, good morning: my sister, good night.”
Thank you very much for your comment, especially for adding such a beautiful poem.
Thanks for sharing the lines from Belloc! A fitting connection to this great photo.
The gargoyle seems be howling like a wolf at the moon. 🙂
Thank you very much. It was a very fortunate position of the Moon that day that allowed me to use such an interesting vantage point.
Incredible ..you can even see a face on the moon
Thank you very much. It was indeed a very early moonrise, which allowed me to use a fast shutter speed and small aperture to get a relatively sharp image of the moon.
Wow! Amazing! Thank’s for share Vova Zinger.
Thank you, Elvira.
You are welcome, Vova Zinger.
This is superb 👌👍
Thank you very much.
Any time my friend 😊
I was puzzled by the blue-cast of the shadow of the tower and gargoyle, but it’s quite interesting. The scene looks serene with the moon over looking the sandstone building.
Sorry, unfortunately I have no idea why that was. To be honest, I didn’t even notice my main concern was the moon. Thank you.
An extraordinary image. 👏 👏
Very nicely framed!
The picture makes a beautiful scenery which children always love to draw. beautiful 👌👍
My drawings are very bad even when I try my best. But I can take pictures and I’m glad when someone likes the photos I took. Thank you.
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I lo💜e this one!
Makes one want to sing about a midsummer song!
What intrigues me is that the church seems to be built out of irregularly shaped stones.
Thank you. I’m not sure that this church is built with such irregularly shaped stones. I think the builders used them just to create such a decorative effect.
True New England atmosphere.
I think we can see the presence of European influence on this church architectural design. Thank you.
Certainly, but we can see that everywhere in New England, and the pale moon disk enhances the view.
I think that’s why this part is called New England.
Might be, or, perhaps, they didn’t have much imagination or simply had been homesick.
I agree with you.
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This is a nice picture of the moon and the setting is picturesque.
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