You are seeing the actual colour of the moon taken at 5pm today. It was still low in the horizon hence the lovely orange tint and I could just stay there and compose my shots with more different foregrounds but I think three is enough, besides it’s freezing cold out there at -1 degC.
Will try again tomorrow and still hope that the night will be as clear as today…..
Took this photo of the moon just half an hour ago. Did some research and voila! Will have to do moon-spotting for the next two evenings, hope it won’t be too cloudy by then….
(16:30 CET Hungary)
I’ve created digiscrap for birthdays, congratulatory cards, birth/death announcements and all that but this is the first time I am doing one for an engagement. Well, H and I are so happy that our 40-year old niece is finally engaged!
Well done, Ruth, and congratulations on your engagement!
This staggering beauty from Gellert Hill!
Lunch at the (freezing cold) Fisherman’s Bastion restaurant.
Probably the most photographed building in Budapest is the Parliament.
Now it’s time to head for Pest via the Liberty Bridge
Checking the famous Hungarian sausages at the Great Market Hall
And to end the day, a stylish coffee moment at the New York Cafe
The ambience, the crowd and the food are just so great that we needed to write down our appreciation.