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A Photo a Week Challenge: Light the Night

This is my contribution to Nancy’s A Photo a Week Challenge: Light the Night.

When I read the prompt a photo from late last year came to mind, a twilight street scene with a crescent moon in the sky. The moon in that photo made me think of some of my other photos featuring the moon so here’s a small selection.

 

A Photo a Week Challenge: Light the Night

Twilight over Berford Street, Wiarton on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada with Christmas lights.

 

A Photo a Week Challenge: Light the Night

Moonrise over hoarfrost coated trees and snow covered farmland near Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada.

 

A Photo a Week Challenge: Light the Night

The moon rises behind an Oak tree in Hatherton, Cheshire, England.

 

4 replies on “A Photo a Week Challenge: Light the Night”

That second shot is a beauty.
So that’s what ‘hoarfrost’ means. I’ve heard the term before but wasn’t sure what it meant. Thanks for clarifying that.

Thanks Sandy. Hoarfrost is the white frost that can coat everything. Sometimes it lasts for days if the temperature is low enough.

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