A Crescent Moon on a Texas Winter’s Night

Moon on a Texas Winter's Night

Do you ever just take a moment and look at the stars in the sky? Or at the sunset? The moon? The world around us, day or night? I decided, now that I’ve moved my desk where I can see out the window, I need to have a bird feeder by the window so I can watch the antics of the birds. sunset and clouds (800x573)

My road runner continues to hop around my windowsills when I have the blinds closed. But I only rarely get a picture of him before I scare him off. 🙁 Then again, what if I had bird feed out for the little birds and the road runner wanted to eat them. Meals on wings. Not what I wanted to picture at all.

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I finished tons of deadline projects, which means I have to get caught up with chores, and then, it’s back to working on Jaguar Pride. I have 29,000 done. 51,000 words to go! 🙂

If you put bird feed out for birds, what are you attracting? I’ve had hummingbird feeders before, but the problem is they attract yellow jackets and they’re already a nightmare out here, so can’t have that.

Have a terrific Monday! 🙂

“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male!”

7 thoughts on “A Crescent Moon on a Texas Winter’s Night

  1. The first thing I noticed on the Moon pic was it looked like horns on the moon lol on the bottom. Its beautiful. Do you see it?

  2. 🙂 I was lucky. I couldn’t believe how beautifully the the whole moon shown with the crescent the most vivid. I tried to take some of the stars because they were really bright, but they were also “moving” in the picture. *sigh*

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