Thursday, December 31, 2009

Once in a Blue Moon New Year's Eve

Once in a Blue Moon New Year's Eve 2009 It was a balmy 59 degrees this evening when I did this plein air watercolor of the Blue Moon. I even heard a few peepers!! They better hunker down as the temps are to plummet come Saturday.

Just a few clouds around the moon and a partial ring of yellow and red.

The eve's celebrations were starting. I heard the sound of far off fireworks at 7:30 pm!

Happy New Year one and all!

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful Pam. All the best in 2010.

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  2. I love the way you've done the moon, peeking in and out of the clouds. Beautiful! Happy Blue Moon New Year :)

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  3. Happy New Year! Unfortunately it was raining/snowing here for New Year's Eve, so we couldn't see the blue moon. I'm glad you got to enjoy it so that we'd have your beautiful journal entry of it.

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  4. Blue Moon was in/out of Cloud cover. Light snow and enough packing on the ground to make a fat jolly Snowman with his Dog by his side. A great night hike to top it off. Peepers are a long long way off! Glad to hear they are coming though!

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  5. Pam,
    Everytime I hit your blog, I'm astounded at how beautiful your sketchings are.
    Thanks for sharing your talent!

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  6. Thanks for stopping by and your kind hearted comments, Gabrielle, Carol and Shannon. Shannon, I'm blushing :)

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  7. I love the watercolor of the moon with the palm trees. It snowed an inch on New Year's eve here in Virginia.

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  8. This is a gorgeous picture. I love moon and cloud landscapes. Love the colors and composition. Great art!

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  9. Thanks for stopping by and for your complements, Ramona! Things have been crazy lately and not much journaling is getting done. I am looking forward to the next full moon though :)

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  10. Simply beautiful brushwork - thanks for all of your positive comments on my blog, they always give me a lift!

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  11. Thanks Dave! I always enjoy when you pop in, too! I caught a glimpse of your latest on my favorites - need to get a closer look :)

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