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Full Moon Rising

Posted by
Susan (Pompano Beach, by Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States) on 19 July 2010 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

In keeping with this theme....I must apologize to all for my lack of visiting and commenting in the past few days......I have but one excuse, and it's name is Stephen King !! It's been along time since a book has so held my attention, but his latest, "Under the Dome", is probably his best sine The Stand.....and at over 1000 pages.......It has kept me spellbound.....so accept my apologies, and consider this full moon, Stephen King inspired!!!!

Canon EOS 40D 1/100 second F/7.1 ISO 1600 300 mm


jamesy from christchurch, New Zealand

beautiful enjoy the book

19 Jul 2010 6:34am

@jamesy: thanks deb...only a couple hundred pages to go......

Amit from Bangalore, India

beautiful... :)

19 Jul 2010 6:34am

@Amit: thank you !

Tamara from Aarschot, Belgium

The perfect shot for that kind of book ;) Nicely done Susan ! Have a great day :)

19 Jul 2010 10:13am

@Tamara: thanks tamara......

Paul from summerside, Canada

Nice one Susan

19 Jul 2010 11:35am

@Paul: thank you !

Dawn from Maryland, United States

Beautiful!! I can totally relate with the book thing. I was like that with the Twilight saga. I hope you aren't going cross-eyed!! LOL

19 Jul 2010 1:45pm

@Dawn: Difference with the Twilight saga was took me about a day to read each one......this monster s king book is taking a bit longer to finish !!!!

Mithun from palakkad, kerela/Bangalore, India


19 Jul 2010 4:40pm

@Mithun: thank you.....

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

attention to werewolves, susan !!!!!!

19 Jul 2010 7:37pm

@marc battault: lol !!! xxooxx

Lalena from Barcelona, Spain

Very nice!!! :)

19 Jul 2010 7:54pm

@Lalena: thanks lalena.....

Tony Duque from Raleigh, NC, United States

Well... it's a celestial body and it's rising, so you'll get nothing but praise from me! Cool shot, Susan... and so in keeping with your recent obsession! Heads-up on my end... heading to the west coast where access to a computer is doubtful, so... sunrise pics will likely go missing for about a week. Didn't want you to worrying, #1.

19 Jul 2010 11:18pm

@Tony Duque: Thanks much Tony.......Hope ya have a great trip out west, and hope all is well there.....I'll be leaving myself soon, but not till the 30th..... I am SOOOOOO looking forward to getting away....It's the annual bitches on the beach tournament.....and Peg, the "sponsor' is turning 50, so party this year will be HUGE !!
Enjoy, and know that someone from am3 will miss ya!!!

Becky from los angeles, United States

Love Stephen King - For a long time - it was the only fiction I would read. So I don't blame you for making yourself scarce. Great shot here - love the colors. Fabulous.

20 Jul 2010 12:11am

@Becky: thanks becky....now, I just wish I could stay home from work, so I could finish the book!!!!

willow from Chelsea, United States

Makes me want to break out in song... I know what you mean about getting lost in a good book.

20 Jul 2010 1:24am

@willow: what song do you want to sing????...I know some, this makes them want to break out and howl......

JJ from Jersey City, United States

A wonderful and moody shot fit for the cover of a Stephen King NOvel :)

20 Jul 2010 2:00am

@JJ: I'll have to send a copy of the shot to Mr. King, and see if he wants to use it!!! Thanks JJ.....

LauraS from Chico, United States

Oh, bravo, wonderful shot of the moon, and your excuse is justifiable. Enjoy a good read now and again, I say!

20 Jul 2010 2:22am

@LauraS: Thanks Laura..... I've now taken to carrying the darn book to work, since I can't put it down.....and still, a couple hundred pages to go......

Fade ToBLACK from Iran

Very beautiful

22 Jul 2010 5:26pm

@Fade ToBLACK: thanks much !!! appreciate your visits......

Dutçh from Chicagoland, United States

Howlin' good, lady!

25 Jul 2010 8:53pm

@Dutçh: thank you !!!

Canon EOS 40D
1/100 second
ISO 1600
300 mm