Day Or Night? #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Photo of the moon behind clouds and stars in the sky
Is it night or day?

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60 thoughts on “Day Or Night? #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. What a beautiful photo! I think it was taken late day or early afternoon just based on the clouds. I could be completely wrong, though! Thank you for sharing 😊

  2. I am going to say daytime, maybe morning to be exact, Hugh because this photo might have something to do with last week’s eclipse? Ours was visible about 4:00 a.m. for the peak view, so guessing with the time difference it would be morning for you. It looks spooky with the dark clouds/sky and a ray of light.
    Here is my Wordless Wednesday post, another Canada Goose who posed nicely so I could talk about my miles/kilometers walked this year. The title is long but I didn’t want metric system uses to have to do the math:
    https://lindaschaubblog.net/2022/11/16/walk-the-talk-then-rest-wordless-wednesday-1191-1256-mi-walked-to-date-w-65-mi-left-1917-2022-km-walked-to-date-w-105-km-left/

    1. This photo was taken at 7:30 one evening last week, Linda. The stars in the top left corner are the clues, although you may have to zoom in to see them.

      I heard about the eclipse, but it was not visible in the UK. We miss out on all the good stuff.

    1. Yes, those are stars and were the clue I was hoping people would pick up on, Esmé. Well done for spotting them.
      It gets dark here by 5pm at this of the year, so the stars are out early.

    1. Thanks, Terri. I was in the right place at the right time. The stars in the top left corner of the photo are the clues. It does get dark here by 5pm, but this photo was taken at 8pm last week.

    1. Well spotted, Natalie. I was amazed when I spotted the stars. I only used an iPhone and didn’t think I’d capture stars with it. It was the moon I was trying to capture, but it kept hiding from me.

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