Friday, October 06, 2006

Shoes...in the night

The "harvest moon" shines on the neighborhood shoes-on-a-wire...



This is better than anything I want to say right now, believe me....

15 comments:

gillardia said...

I abosoluteluy love the harvest moon right now. Why doesn't hubby want me? Answer me that. No, don't. Sorry I even said it...

Gill

DAL said...

This photo has a couple of things to say.

MrScribbler said...

dal -- and yet, it doesn't say all I wish it could say....

Anonymous said...

MrScribbler, this is a great shot of the Harvest Moon! I love it. *hugs* from the countryside of Sunny! *smiles!*

emd said...

Thanks for the pic, scrib! I just got home about 30 minutes ago, and was checking the moon out. I thought "I bet MrScribbler grabbed a shot of this!

MrScribbler said...

I guess I'm getting too predictable, emd! Cats, moon and shoes....

lovezao said...

Ricardo has pulled me out to look at the moon hundreds of times, every phase, since I have known him he is a moon watcher. I especilly loved the moon last night...and a sliver new moon that seems to always have star hanging around, but he is the one who gets me out re to look...all of our family in fact, and now Ryno does it as well..He has a telescope... I am farm bound NOW!!!!

BingoPajama said...

Now that is sexy, truly ooly.

Birdie said...

I got a great pic of that moon this morning, too... I may post in my "proper" journal soon :-)

amnesiacsmemoirs said...

Now I can't stop singing "shine on, shine on harvest moon," Ruth Etting style.

MrScribbler said...

Funny thing, amnesiacmemoirs...I remember the lyrics fairly well, and I don't recall a single mention of shoes!

And aren't you a little, ermmmm, young to know about Ruth Etting?

amnesiac said...

No one's too young for Miss Ruth Etting!

I have strange, wildly varied, in both style and era, tastes, though, in everything, I admit.

Look at all those commas! What an accomplishment!

MrScribbler said...

My goodness, Ms Memoirs, you are truly comma-tose!

One of my editors threatened to break the semicolon key off my keyboard...and if he read my journal-writing, he'd want to do the same with the "." key, too!

I have strange and varied tastes as well. Most are hidden from the reading public, as people seem to think I'm weird enough without adding any more!

Whatsername said...

:)

MrScribbler said...

Whatser -- how did you guess who this pic was especially put up for?