Full MoonStuff I Love Full Moon by Angela 8th October 2010 written by Angela 8th October 2010 Well almost full, but I still love it. This is my first proper attempt at taking a picture of the full moon using a tripod. A photo of the Moon in the Daytime for Carol’s Grand Daughter 6 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Angela previous post Eperiments With Ice next post Hope is the thing with feathers…. You may also like Raven Feathers 20th April 2019 Art of The Fold by Hedi Kyle &... 30th September 2018 Solitary Bee, Bug Hotel 9th July 2017 Murder of Crows 29th June 2017 Blackbird Silhouette Rubber Stamp Print 10th July 2016 Rubber Stamp – Twinkle, twinkle Little Bat! –... 9th May 2016 RSPB, Puffin Badge – 10 Year Long Service... 24th April 2016 Cardiff Gulls, Night Roost 24th January 2016 Making Friends With Your Adana Press, UWE Bristol 27th July 2015 Goldfinch, Rubber Stamp Print 31st March 2014 6 comments Paper Chipmunk 9th October 2010 - 5:24 pm Wow! That's fabulous. Reply Carol 9th October 2010 - 5:24 pm I love the moon too, and so does my 2 year old grand daughter, always checking the daylight sky for the moon's whereabouts. I just noticed you have a recipe for a birdseed cake so I'm going back to that to see if I could make it for our parrots. Reply Angela 13th October 2010 - 9:26 pm Thanks both. Carol, I think that's really cute that your grand daughter is checking for the moon in the day. She wants to know where its hiding. Its a bit of a coincidence really, I was going through photos yesterday and found one of the moon in the day. So I've updated the post to include the picture especially for her. Reply Mavina Baker Printmaker 9th November 2010 - 6:29 pm Ooh, meant to say, your blog's pretty fine too! Reply Mavina Baker Printmaker 9th November 2010 - 6:29 pm The moon in daytime's really pretty Reply Angela 9th November 2010 - 6:42 pm Thanks Mavina. The moon in daytime was taken in Tenby. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.