Wednesday brought Greensboro one of the brightest full moons I've seen recently. Of course, I haven't seen the moon (or the sun, for that matter) in a few weeks thanks to one of the coldest and wettest winters that we've had in a long time.
I took the big camera (the FZ35) out on the patio to see if I could get anything decent without a tripod (as an aside, I would need a tripod to shoot with the night setting as it sets a timer for 30 seconds and no one's hands are that steady for a clean shot). Using the aerial setting, I took this halfway decent picture:
Meanwhile, 3278 miles away (give or take a mile or kilometer or two) and five hours earlier in Scotland, Anne at frayed at the edge was doing the very same thing. Coincidence or cosmic alignment ? You decide. . .