AWESOME SHOT! Love the color of the sky, such a crisp winter blue.DiThe Blue Ridge Gal
fantastic composition. love it!
Great picture. The moon gives it just the right touch.
Love Emily Dickison's poem and it goes so well with the photo.
Great shot Erin, its perfect.Cheers!Regina In Pictures
Wonderful photo!Thank you for sharing. Perfect for a SWF!Have a nice weekend!
My first time to your blog. Beautiful picture, that blue seems to go on forever. And you've placed that moon beautifully in the sky ;-)All of your photos are really quite beautiful. I loved the church photos. I'll be back.
Great picture! I love how you were able to capture the moon.
Gosh, this is superb. What an amazing shot... impressive!!Mountain Retreat
Beautiful color on this pictures, thanks for sharing!
It looks like the moon is falling into the sea. Lovely catch.
Wow! That is just stunning. I don't even know what words to say to describe how this pictures makes me feel.I love it, sounds so inadequate.The quote is really lovely, too.~Lisa
dramatic shot...the clouds look like a tidal wave and the moon is a reflection. love the quote...
WOW My husband was born in Roanoke ... not that it has anything to do with your photo ...
This is an outstanding photograph and you have used one of my favorite poets. Lovely post! I have enjoyed catching up on all the other super photos here. Have a great weekend.
Wow, what a wonderful photo and the colour of the sky! It really is very impressive the whole composition.
What a beautiful picture of the moon amidst the clouds in a deep blue sky. It couldn't be any better.
Great winter blue, and moon fall from the sky!
Erin: That is a wonderful sky capture, very nicely shown.
Now THAT is a stunning Skywatch photo! Love it. Brilliant capture.
Great picture, the cloud seems even higher than the moon. I read the story of first settlers from England at Roanoke, amazing and sad read.
Emily nailed that one. That's a beautiful sky shot.
A wonderful sky and I almost missed the moon had I not looked again :)
This is a truly heavenly photo, Erin. Nice job!
The photo is fabulous. I remember learning that poem in high school.
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