An almost full moon was out last night with just a haze of clouds to shoot through. I see the 20th is the official full mooon date.
The bluejay is always flitting around so getting a blurred photo is normal. I like the shot thought and you can get the picture of his dipping into the seed and then immediately flying away to the blue spruce tree. Eating in the trees seems safer than opeing the seed on the feeder.
Stuff on a shelf represents many adventures. The fish is from Estes Park, Colorado. The pot was handmade by me in ISU and fired in a kiln in Woodward, Iowa. The carved olive wood sculpture is from Jerusalem, Israel. The cheap shelf is from Wayfare from who knows where.
I don't know if I have shared this before but I will do it again anyway. Every morning I walk out on the patio and the morning glories are putting out great color. I like how it now reseeds itself with a care free attitude taking over the post.
I am putting a new coat of sealer on my deck today as we are having a warm day. I will use a roller and put it on in short time. I decided to just roll it on and throw all the parts away when I get done. A used roller pan can just be gone and I won't have to worry about clean up.
Thanks for stopping by today.