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October 27, 2007

One of My Favorite Photos: Five Moons in The Bay

By: The Dude on the Right
At first I considered blogging about my attempt, today, to get on the "Wheel of Fortune," but I'm not really up for some sad story-telling tonight (as you can guess my audition slip didn't get pulled from the big, gold drum, but an older lady, barely able to walk, with an accent heavier than a ton of bricks, well, her slip did get pulled, and if that makes me sound bitter, well, yea, I am), so I thought I would blog about something that every time I see it, it just brings a smile to my face.

What could do something like that?  Well, of the thousands of pictures I have taken over the years, between the concert photos, the candid photos, the sports photos, there has always been one that is in my top ten of the most memorable photos I have taken but for years it was sort of lost.  Then, a few days ago, as I have been diligently digitizing my negatives, I finally came across it, and as my scanner finally did its job I yelled, "There it is, 'Five Moons in The Bay!'"

It was over ten years ago, in 1997, on a trip to Long Beach Island, NJ, where a whole slew of my friends decided that spending a 4th of July weekend in New Jersey had more potential for fun rather than hanging out in Chicago, and it was fun.  But as my luck would have it, on a lovely New Jersey night, with the moon aligned just right, and the reflections coming off of the bay, I was able to snap a masterpiece with my trusty camera.  Was it my ultimate masterpiece?  Well, I don't know, only time will tell, and when I die, like all great artists, we will be able to see how it stacks up with the likes of the great photographers, but as photographs are sometimes supposed to make you smile, this might be my "Pièce de résistance."

Without further ado, I give you, if you scroll down a bit, ...








Five Moons in The Bay


Five Moons Over the Bay,

That's it for this one!  I'm The Dude on the Right!!  L8R!!!

Posted by Rightdude at October 27, 2007 6:39 PM


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