A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
wow outstanding shot!You are so creative! Congratulations!Léia
Marvelous shot...that is a very difficult one to get! I'm impressed!
You should have waited a few days till we had a full moon again to post this but never mind, what an attractive photo!
Not knowing what crazing is, I completely misunderstood the title.Now I can say that 'Crazing the Moon' is at least as beautiful as the image itself. Great idea.
that's crazy beautiful
That's just astounding.
I love it.
How did you do that! Great shot!
Fantastic capture. Love this photo.Congratulations Tash for this pic! Great work. Regards!
From the title that appeared with the thumbnail in my blog list I actually thought that this was a particularly beautiful piece of ceramic ware. Now I see it's a particularly beautiful moon.
Some glazes are created to crack. Sometimes it happens when you wish it wouldn't. Then again crazing isn't always a crack but when the clay pulls away from the clay body and thn thickens around the edge.This photo makes me want to howel.
Here in February we would not have leaves shadows!!!Although they almost look kike Giant insects invading the moon!!
It's simply stunning!
You get an A+ for this one. Very very creative.V
Nice! And a new word too!
that's stunning ! it looks like lace !
This is beautiful, Tash. It reminds me of a lamp I have in frosted glass with a floral pattern on it.
Wonderful shot Tash. Very creative approach to this.
Happy Cinco de Mayo to you!
This, too, is fantastic, very creative.
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