What the moon did today.

Sunbath! That’s about it….

~ Rebecca ~


Categories: Arvidsjaur, Auktsjaur, Landscape, Lapland, Living in the wild, Moon, Nature, Photography, Snow, Sunrise & sunsets, Sweden, Swedish Lapland, Wilderness Life, Winter in Lapland | 8 Comments

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8 thoughts on “What the moon did today.

  1. Wow!!!! Or Wauw as you say. That is GORGEOUS!!!

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  2. Incredible photos, what a joy to look at! Thanks for sharing! Marcus

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  3. Are these shot from Rebecca? Wonderful photos. You must have had some of the shot right before the sunset so the sky was still blue, I love those shots with blue sky and the reflection of the snow. The sun sets so quickly, so the sky went dark quickly also. It was so pleasant to see these shots taken in the nature. I don’t have the luxury doing that, so I took mine in the city!!

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    • Actually this is about half hour before the sunrise, at 7.30 am ๐Ÿ˜Š. We had snow coming so we had the red ring around the moon. It looked incredible! I was at the right place at the right time ๐Ÿ˜†.

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      • That’s it, at the right place at the right time. The moon photos I took was on the 9th, night time here at CA. I woke up at 2:30 a.m. The moon was so bright, so I took a few shots. Probably about the same time you took your photos. On the 10th here, the moon supposed to be at it fullest, but it rained heavily. Yes, timing is so crucial
        for the right shots. I enjoy your photos very much!

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