Friday, December 12, 2008


This was a shot I took a couple of years ago. The wee snowflake in the window speaks of hope to me.

Also, tonight's full moon is the largest and brightest of the year. It will be 30% larger because the moon is at "perigee," it's closest point to earth this year. This weekend the Geminid Meteor shower is about to get underway too but because of the full moon you will not see as many shooting stars. I love meteor showers:))

December Views
My 3 Cups of Tea December Fundraiser , Thanks to all who have donated so far:)) I am going to tally it up and make the "big" donation on The 15th so 3 days left! I am also drawing from the names and will donate a print of choice to the winner:)


Lorie McCown said...

oh what a nice picture. I love paris, art and tea too! Have enjoyed looking through your blog.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Shelagh

I always love your photos and paintings.

My daughter-in-law is in the hospital in labor --today might be the big day!

We're so excited!

Hugs, Pat

Sara said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. It's nice to "meet" you! Love your photos and artwork.

Christina Silverio said...

Your pictures are always so lovely! And I'll be peering at that gorgeous moon tonight as well. :)

I hope you don't mind, but I had to nominate your wonderful blog for a few awards. You can find the info on my own blog.
Thank you! :)

Suzie Ridler said...

Like we could see it! With that hurricane, holy cow, I wouldn't be surprised if the moon got swept out of the skies. We were doing groceries when the rain started, I've never experienced anything like that before.

Stunning picture! As usual. I can see hope there too!