Good morning and happy Monday
Birds eye view of the glass house mountains
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Thanksgiving weekend is usually when our leaves are at their colourful peak in Northern Ontario.🍁❤
That being said, the roads are slightly busier with local as well as foreign tourists.🛣🇨🇦👋🏻
As with any time of year, if you are stopping your vehicle to take photos, please make sure you exercise extreme caution and pull your vehicle off the road safely.👌🏻🚙🚗🚐🌲🛑
Also make sure you look for other vehicles before stopping to take a shot. Be quick, courteous and cautious.📸☺️🍁🍂🌲
I chose to shoot the lesser travelled roads in Muskoka, which we usually take during our motorcycle trips.🏍🤩🍁
Be safe, homies!😘😎 Happy Thanksgiving!🦃
After being cooped up for several days after the op, my mom and I did what we both do best n hit the road. We toured Aspen and I showed her Capitol Peak (pictured), Maroon Bells and independence pass. She drove and took the pics, I was in charge of the music and maps 😎. An unforgettable time, just my mom and I. I’m blessed, cuz my mom came out n stayed w me when I needed her most. I could not have done it without her.
Do know that we only get to see one face of our moon ?
Here is some interesting information about Moon:
1. The Moon is tidally locked to Earth, meaning that we only ever see one side of the moon, no matter the time of day, time of year, or your location on Earth.
2. The distance from Earth to Moon varies throughout the year. When the Moon is closest to Earth, it is often referred to as the “Supermoon”. When the moon is is the furthest away from the Earth, it is referred to as “Micromoon”. More on the Supermoon below.
3. If there is more than one Full Moon in a month, it is referred to as the “Blue Moon”. 4. When the Sun, Earth and Moon line up, an eclipse occurs. It’s a Solar Eclipse when the Moon is blocking out the Sun (this is the more famous type of eclipse), while it’s a Lunar Eclipse when the Earth’s shadow falls on the Moon.
5. The Moon during a Lunar Eclipse is often referred to as the “Blood Moon” due to its red appearance.
In the Northern Hemisphere, the Moon’s illumination moves from right to left. In the Southern Hemisphere, the illumination moves from left to right.
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Been grinding to get those films finished, so I haven't had much time to get out and shoot. This shot was actually from a couple of weeks ago when I was capturing the clouds for one of my films, but I still had enough battery left afterwards to capture this. I'm looking forward to getting back out doing photography again soon however, so expect more ASAP.
It’s time to say goodbye to Seattle. We had a wonderful weekend and I want to thank my company for providing an incredible experience and an opportunity to interact with our fellow employee-owners from other offices.
Всем отличной недельки😉
Просто осенние зарисовки, четыре фото,листайте разноцветие💛🧡
Есть одно уютное местечко под Москвой, всё никак не выберусь рано утром..
На фото: подмосковье, Жулебинский лес,усадьба Кусково.
All photos #krylova555_photo
Have a great evening dear friends!!💜
Lovely places in Moscow and Moscow region, 4 photos for you 💛🧡