Friday, 8 March 2013

Skywatch Friday - Open Air


This was taken in late September, 2012, inside Coventry Cathedral ruins.  It was as still as it looks and seeing that moon, well, just incredible.

For more photos featuring the sky follow the link to - Skywatch Friday.

The 'weather' is definitely on top of the conversation list.  Seems rather dramatic worldwide.  For us in Coventry, England, more RAIN and just maybe a little snow on Sunday.  Oh dear, what about our golf?  Have a lovely weekend all...see you next week. Well, that is the plan :).


23 comments:

SRQ said...

Looks like such a peaceful place to visit. I can't believe that's the moon! We're too are experiencing unusual weather -- and I'm loving it! It's in the mid-40s F here this a.m. Great sleeping weather.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I remember the cathedral shots back in September LOL, the moon couldn't be better placed in this image. Hope you have a great weekend.

Daryl said...

this is so beautiful .. and guess what? its snowing here ... sigh .. enjoy your non snowy weekend!!

Laloofah said...

That is such a lovely photo with its unique view of that beautiful sky thorough those incredibly intricate windows. And the moon - what a wonderful bonus!

Liza said...

Beautiful capture. Happy sky watching.

My sky.

LONDONLULU said...

This is gorgeous, that moon! I need to take a page out of your book, it pays to save older shots:) We are snowing today but supposedly 55 F tomorrow! The weather's wonky indeed!

Dorothee said...

yes, beautiful. and the yellow street light shining through - like a small counterpart of the moon above.

Deb said...

Really like the atmosphere of this shot. We are forecast snow too, oops looks like the weather slipped into the conversation again!

Jack said...

Isn't this dramatic!

Jack said...

It is a haunting photo of the shell of this cathedral.

Linda said...

Great shot! What a beautiful place!

Carraol said...

Amazing image, great architecture and light!

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

Wow, it is indeed incredible! I'd love to step into the photo...

Meghan said...

Looks like the perfect place to sit and contemplate life. And the moon...just great.

JM said...

Glad you mentioned the moon or I have missed it. I love this place!

JM said...

* or I would have... Sorry! :-)

TheChieftess said...

Beautiful!!! Love the moon...and what an incredible ruin! Are these the remains of a bombing from WWII???

Petrea Burchard said...

Visiting ruins always gives me an experience beyond the present. This is lovely.

Stewart M said...

Great looking picture - such a sad story as to how the ruins came to be.

Stewart M - Melbourne

LOLfromPasa said...

Oh my goodness. So many comments. Thank you. I love reading what you notice...it helps me a lot. I see some new visitors. I will visit you soon.

Lulu. Like me, you are probably accumulating lots of photos that never get used. Nice collection to fall back on.

Yes, Deb, inevitable me thinks!

Meghan - You've got it!!!! I have done just that many times especially when I used to work next door.

JM - To be honest, I missed it first time around too :).

Yes, Chieftess.

Thanks again. Cheers!

Frostbite and Sunburn said...

Stunning shot. And breathe. Peaceful and beautiful.

Tanya Breese said...

i'm glad you mentioned the moon, i didn't see it at first! beautiful photo. did you end up with snow? we had such pretty weather this weekend. it really felt like spring finally!

LOLfromPasa said...

Tanya - I think the weather is having great fun with all of us worldwide. Spring? Not sure when it will appear here :).

Nice to see you, F&S :).