W^2 – wonder

W^2 or W squared for Wordless Wednesday for September 2, 2020

The late evening night sky over Wheaton, Illinois – Friday August 28, 2020 – 9:27 PM left to right, Saturn, and Jupiter, and the moon beneath Jupiter
The late evening night sky over Wheaton, Illinois – Sunday August 30, 2020 – 8:34 PM, peaking through the trees, left to right, the moon, Saturn, and Jupiter

What do you wonder when you look to the heavens?

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6 thoughts on “W^2 – wonder

    1. Thank you. I was lucky – there was enough light to make a clean exposure with out loosing the moon, Saturn or Jupiter. When we were at the lake, I tried to take photos with a camera of the night sky at the lake where there is far less light pollution with not so good results. I guess I am going to have to practice and experiment. Stay well and safe. Peace.

  1. Great little post, Clay…. Yeah, WHAT do I wonder when I look to the heavens? Had to think a bit about that – looking at the beauty of the sky, often I don’t wonder but try to empty my head from the day’s worries & happenings, and since I don’t know the names of the heavenly night-life, I find myself simply marvelling at the peace, beauty and soothing silence upon us.

    1. Kiki, thank you for stopping in. It is so good to hear from you. I thought of you when I was writing the blog post before my heavens post – here is the link…. http://makingthedayscount.org/2020/08/28/114-or-15-am-one-year-later/ You had commented about the blog post from September 19 – Story. The link is the rest of the story….when I look to the heavens I pray for our world and look for answers. The light from Jupiter takes about 40 minutes or so to reach Earth, so maybe in the 40 minutes it took for the light to reflect off Jupiter to reach my eyes I found a little moment of peace. Take care and stay well. Peace.

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