127/366: Winter Moon

After a ridiculously warm December, I was lamenting the lack of winter this year. Which led, of course, to its sudden return for at least a few days of blowing snow and single-digit Fahrenheit temperatures. The snow is, at least, kind of photogenic, though:

Crescent moon over the snowy roof of our neighbors' house. Crescent moon over the snowy roof of our neighbors' house.

This one took a bit of processing-- the raw image was kind of crooked, as it was a quick photo grabbed between trips ferrying school stuff out to the car. And the just-barely-after-sunrise sky always needs some color correction to make it look right.

Anyway, y'know, winter: cold but pretty.


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