- Henri Frederic Amiel
The full moon just holds a special fascination for me. I try to get outside with every full moon to sketch it, but this past winter has been a bit too severe for me. And then the first full moon we have in September 2011, officially Spring here in South Africa, I go and miss! This is a photograph of the full moon in July, mid-winter and freezing cold, peeping through the bare branches of my 20-year old peach tree.
While I was outside with the camera, I took a pic of one of the garden lights which looks a lot like the full moon
and also one of my garden ornaments hanging from one of my White Karee's (Rhus viminalis)
Night time in the garden is also special for me - last summer I was lucky enough to see some fireflies around my Arum lilies (Zantedeschia), they made it look like a veritable fairy-land! Unfortunately they don't photograph well, either they're too small or they switch off just as the camera flashes!
Camera : FujiFinepix 2800Zoom