Fall Equinox

Fall Equinox – Photograph by Mary Mikawoz
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Fall Equinox

This is a panoramic photograph I took this morning at the shoreline of Lake Winnipeg at Little Deer at 8:30 am when it was the right time for the change of seasons Central Standards Time (CST) for this area. This is approximately 2 hours north of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 

I love the beautiful golden hue and tone of the sun with its juxtaposition against the blue of the water and sky. 

I like how your eye leads you into the water of the photo with the trees framing the image nicely. It also invites you in and makes you want to go swimming but it is getting too cold for that already. 

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Moon Craters

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Moon Craters

This is a photo of the moon that I took still early in the morning while the sun was up on the other side.  The moon is shown here in most of its glory with moon craters and the Seas of Serenity and Tranquility.  These seas are also called Mares and include such great names as Sea of Vapors, Waves, Storm and Crisis.

The moon is the only natural satellite of Earth.  It is the 5th largest moon in our solar system.  The moon is in synchronous rotation to the Earth which means that the same face of the moon faces Earth because of the trajectory and orientation of the rotation relative to the Earth.  I think this is fascinating.

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