Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Moon and stars over Newgrange

With winter closing in this photo, taken at Newgrange a couple of nights ago, certainly has that cold feeling about it. The temperature had dropped quite considerably and there was a severe wind chill. This was taken around 5.45pm, after sunset but with the afterglow still evident. The crescent moon hung low in the southwest and the constellation of Aquila, the Eagle, soared above it. The small amount of cloud, lit up by the lights of Dublin, helped add some sense of warmth to the scene.

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