Sunday, September 30, 2012

Cycle 19, CD 32 (14 DPO)

[Click here for more information about Emhart's September Photo Challenge]  

Prompt: Moon

I'm very sad that it's the last day of Emhart's photo challenge. Though I didn't come close to posting every day, I really enjoyed participating. It provided a lot of insight and perspective and  was interesting to see how others interpreted the same prompts. This was my first photo challenge and I can assure you it won't be my last! 

Last week I had a pretty monumental experience. Epic even. Just one block from my house,  Endeavour appeared in the sky for her very last flight. It was amazing to see the retired space shuttle so close. She's seen many things. Things that I can only dream of. Seeing her soar through the air, well, it filled me with wonder. It made me think of bigger things and how small, in fact, I am.

And though not a picture of the actual moon, this beauty has been closer than just about anything else. 


Thank you Emhart, thank you for connecting our small community in a joint vision.


  1. You are welcome, I loved doing it and I especially loved visiting all of your blogs to see your handy-work.

  2. How amazing that you were able to see Endeavour's last flight! Great photo. :)

  3. What a lovely interpretation of this prompt - and an amazing picture, too. That will be a story to tell your grandchildren one day!

  4. This is such a great photo. How very cool that she flew right by you.

  5. I would have loved to see the shuttle fly by on it's last voyage, but alas, I live too far north. If given the chance, I would take a trip to space in a heartbeat.