The iconic, autumn “Hunter’s Moon” rising over the Sangre de Cristo Mountains from our driveway in San Cristobal, NM. The “Hunter’s Moon” is a favorite of all the moon names. Although I don’t hunt, the name evokes some primordial feeling in me of a greater sense of place in the grand scheme of things. Whatever it conjures up for you, I hope it’s a good feeling. The final image is from the old homestead in the San Luis Valley, Colorado.
As always, thank you for looking. G
8 thoughts on “Hunter’s Moon, Our Moon Rising Over Sangre de Cristo Mountains, NM.”
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Thank you so much, Patsy. G
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So lovely to be in such dark place where the moon illuminates the sky in ground in its mystical glow. Love them all!
We are very fortunate, aren’t we? Thank you, Kirsten.
I love the progression. First one, the moon shine turns the trees to lace. Second and third shot, the trees seem to be holding up the moon as an offering. Beautiful.
I’m glad you like it and thank you for your observations. I really appreciate it, Jo. Thank you. G