Saturday evening the county roads, winding between fields of dry corn, fell behind us as we drove East into town.
The harvest moon rising over the tree tops was a beautiful sight.
In fact, it was breath taking!
If only I had a way to truly capture the drama of the trees silhouetted against the shadows of the sky illuminated by the moon.
It was so brilliant and dimensional, it felt as though I could reach out the car window and touch it.
For a few seconds the beauty of it seemed suspended in time as it
appeared to rise above the trees and the horizon.
I suppose it was suspended in time really.
I thought of you.
I wanted a way to show you this miraculous beauty.
If you could have been there, you would have been amazed too.
And you could have heard my daughter and I "ooo and aaah",
and scramble to take this photo in an attempt to capture the memory.
Have you seen a brilliant moon rise these past several evenings?