Nights of Wonder – Dreaming of Moonbeams

Of all the moments when I’ve made an image, including those of spectacular arching milky ways and dawn skies that took my breath away … none have been more unexpected, fleeting or left me with a sense of profound wonderment than this one. I’ve posted a version of it before, but there is no other that would be suitable for this week’s

WordPress Photo ChallengeAgainst the Odds

As the full moon rose behind me over Lake Crackenback in Kosciuszko National Park on 6 May 2015, a Moon Bow appeared above the Thredbo Valley, ice crystals floated in the frozen air and time stood still.

“Never stop dreaming of moonbeams and fairy dust, shiny stars and the wonder of the heavens, a happier life and a better world.”
James Gormley

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6 thoughts on “Nights of Wonder – Dreaming of Moonbeams

  1. Fantastic to see a rainbow at night, dear friend 🙂

    Once I was on Svalbard (North-Norway: island group) and there I saw between mist and fog a white “rainbow” – was also very impressive.

    All good wishes
    Didi

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