A Hawk, The Full Moon, and Stormy Skies – Foto Friday July 14 2017

Welcome to another Foto Friday! Bit of a shameless plug before I get started – I have a small number of photos available for sale on Fine Art America (thanks to a request from a Facebook friend, who bought one of my moon shots in April 2016), and I’m slowly adding to my inventory over at Zazzle. If thereโ€™s a picture Iโ€™ve taken that youโ€™d like to see on a particular product, feel free to shout out, and Iโ€™ll get it put together in short-ish order.

Now, on to the pictures for this week. These were all taken with my Nikon between July 7th and July 14th, 2017.

Hawk outside our bedroom window
Hawk noticed I came outside with my camera
Hawk, in a different tree, drying out after the thunderstorm
Storm clouds at sunset
More ominous skies
Evil clouds taunting me with threats they plan to hide the moon later tonight
Short time before it was officially full, she appeared
Full moon in the still stormy sky
Full Thunder Moon, after an earlier evening thunderstorm

Happy Friday, and have a great weekend!

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17 thoughts on “A Hawk, The Full Moon, and Stormy Skies – Foto Friday July 14 2017

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    1. Thanks, April! Yeah, that hawk is becoming a bit of a prima donna – I was outside two days ago, without my camera. He landed in a nearby tree, noticed I was unequipped to photograph him, then screeched and took off. LOL!

    1. T’is a very good question – I’ve felt the same way since I was a kid (which is probably why I have twenty bazillion photos of stormy skies). If I ever figure it out, I’ll be sure to give you a shout – and thanks so much, Katie!

    1. Now that you mention it, I do! The head is close to the upper right corner, correct? Thanks for pointing it out – I love all the magical things I see in the clouds, but I missed that one. Great reminder too! ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. We have two hawks that life in our yard and one of them frightened me when he flew and hit my window as I was writing one day. I didn’t know my windows were so clean it would not see it, but then I did wash them a couple of years ago. Anyway, they come back as a couple every year and we see and hear them. I got a picture of one that was on our deck hanging out one day. They are apparently friendly in their own way! Lovely photos as usual, Traci.

    1. Yowsers, Molly! Yep, we have the occasional bird bump into our windows, but I can’t even say they’ve ever been washed… unless, does rain count? How cool that you’ve got a pair of hawks hanging around! And many thanks for the wicked awesome compliment! ๐Ÿ™‚

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