The Battle between the Super Moon and the Clouds over Texas

Super Moon starting to rise over Texas about 7 pm

Super Moon/Blood Moon starting to rise over Texas about 7 pm

Bluer looking sky, blood red moon

Bluer looking sky, blood red moon

These photos are all untouched. Unfortunately, I only had my older Canon EOS Rebel t2i with the 18-135 lens, my Nikon with the 75-300 lens was in the shop. ugh. It’s the one I took the latest Scotland photos with. The earlier Scotland photos were just with a Canon G-10 Power Shot.

Super moon and the clouds starting to swallow it up

Super moon and the clouds starting to swallow it up

Super Moon half buried in the clouds

Super Moon half buried in the clouds

Super Moon mostly buried in the clouds

Super Moon mostly buried in the clouds

Super Moon coming out of clouds

Super Moon coming out of clouds

Super Moon emerges victorious!

Super Moon emerges victorious!

Until the next morning and the super moon is battling with the clouds again

Until the next morning and the super moon is battling with the clouds again

Isn’t that neat? I wish I’d had my longer lens. Need to get one for the Canon as it’s a reliable camera always. I didn’t get the eclipse this time as the moon was again shrouded in clouds by the time the eclipse occurred.

Blood Moon Eclipsing

Blood Moon Eclipsing, you can see the North Star there too, wolves were added because they needed to be there.

I took this some years back with the Canon EOS Rebel T2i, 18-135 Lens,no tripod.  But only a couple of pictures turned out because of photographer’s hand shake. 😦

Canon G-10 Power Shot, some years back, no tripod

Canon G-10 Power Shot, some years back, no tripod

I’ve learned a tripod is essential for taking moon pictures! 🙂 ❤

A Silver Wolf Christmas by Terry Spear

SILVER
A Silver Wolf Christmas by Terry Spear
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Mystery/Suspense
Length: Full Length (311 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Xeranthemum

 

For the most part, this is a character driven story with Laurel and CJ’s budding romance on center stage. The author goes into a little bit of history as to why the heroine and her sisters are in town, and it also touches on the fact that CJ and his brothers are newly re-established in the town and are finally fitting back in. There is a strong sense of community which is accomplished through the varied secondary characters that populate the town. Ms. Spear took the time to describe the town, some of its traditions and some of its challenges. Like a lot of small hamlets, they struggle to stay afloat financially and have to come up with unique events to liven things up. Nothing makes a celebration easier than a holiday and Christmas is the perfect backdrop for some magic and romance. I adored the snowman making contest.
 
I enjoyed how Laurel and CJ ended up taking turns pursuing each other. The novel is told through both their points of view so I could get a sense as to what motivated them in their quest to connect. It’s hesitant at first but soon sparks fly, libidos are inflamed and readers get to see how good CJ and Laurel are together.
 
The mystery comes with a twist. It’s not as clear cut as I originally thought. In addition, the bad guys end up being a huge surprise and the revelation stunned me. I really like that Ms. Spear could pull the wool over my eyes so efficiently. http://www.longandshortreviews.com/book-reviews/a-silver-wolf-christmas-by-terry-spear/
A Silver Wolf Christmas a howling good time and a recommended read.

Okay, back to writing!!!

Terry

“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy is reality.”

Connect with Terry Spear:

Website: http://www.terryspear.com

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/421434.Terry_Spear

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TerrySpearParanormalRomantics

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TerrySpear

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