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Moon over hay fields (astronomy agriculture sky ). Photo by summer69

Moon over hay fields

Uploaded by: summer69

Saturday June 22, 2013

Proctor, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Clouds hid the super moonrise tonight, but it was still quite a sight. The good part of this photo is the hay..recent rains in our are have been better and that makes for good hay cuttings.

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About summer69

summer69

I'm Randy, at home in central Texas. I've been fascinated by photographs...forever, but terrified of photography until, in the 70's, a friend and co-worker took time to explain how the jumble of numbers on the dials and meters all worked together. My first good camera was a Minolta SRT-201. I'm still saddened with the demise of film, but now, I can't imagine shooting without digital.I keep a notebook by the computer to keep suggestions for places to visit, names of unusual clouds and weather phenomena ...just because of the amazing photos and comments from the WU family.

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