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Good Night Moon Photograph - Good Night Moon by Patrick Witz

Good Night Moon is a photograph by Patrick Witz which was uploaded on December 2nd, 2012.

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Really Great!

Patrick Witz replied:

Thank you Shirley for the kind compliment.

Truly a beautiful imagery, Patrick, and just love the time of day, and the moon overlooking the canyon is wild! Love it! fave and vote

Patrick Witz replied:

Thank you Randy for the fav, vote and nice comment...my heart still races at the memory of hauling camera gear in the dark along un-railed cliffs!

Whoa! What have you done here, Patrick? Great image. F v

Patrick Witz replied:

Thanks Joe for the fav

Very nice, Pat! The fact that the moon is so close to the horizon line of mountains gives it a tension thats's very interesting.

Patrick Witz replied:

Thank you Gary. I can't begin to describe the inner tension created by my fear of heights, or the embarrassment of shuffle-crawling to the edge to get any photos.