Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Winter moon

This photo of the moon over the spires of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Algoma, Wisconsin wasn't really taken during the winter, but the cold blue of the sky and the stark contrast of the moon and spires sure imparts a feeling of coldness to the photograph.

Either that or I'm stuck here shivering in this below-zero icebox called the upper midwestern U.S. ... I guess that can make everything seem cold.

Click on picture with frostbitten fingers to enlarge. Ph-ph-photograph © 2005 James Jordan.

Note: I have forgiven the folks at Blogger, for they know not what they do.

4 comments:

engloy said...

I can imagine the cold! Although the moon does bring a little warmth to the shot :) I appreciate the effort you spend in bringing yet another great picture to us.

Jeff said...

I agree with engloy, the moon does make it seem warmer (though perhaps it's easier for me to say that in my toasty office!).

Lisa said...

It looks kind of eery and spooky. You'd almost expect to hear a wolf howling.

V. Schroeder said...

Wow--I'll go with the cold feeling, it does have a very mysterious quality. Thanks.