November 13, 2016 by photonatureblog Moonlit Flight art, Autumn, beautiful, Beauty, Bird, Dusk, environment, full moon, Michigan, Nature, Nature Photography, Photo, Photography, Scenic, Scenic Photography, Uncategorized Earth, Environment, Flock, moon, Sandhill Cranes 13 Comments The best time to see the Supermoon in my area of Michigan was tonight. I was fortunate to also see this flight of Sandhill Cranes flying in formation as the moon was rising. Photo Copyright Jeffrey Foltice AdvertisementShare this:EmailTwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInPocketTumblrRedditLike this:Like Loading...
Beautiful composition. Haven’t seen you post anything for a while. Nice to see you are back.
So beautiful ! And perfect timing 🙂
And what a moon it is! Last night here at the s/w tip of Africa it was the most luminous ever 😊
Lovely! Thank you! Agree – nice to see your talent again!
Oh my gosh this is wonderful! Oddly enough I went to 2 hours northeast to a Sandhill Crane Reserve to shoot the Super Moon and Fly-in! I’m uploading my images now. I hope I have one this good! Just one, and I’ll be happy! 🙂
The best for me here in Northern Calif. is tonight as well. It will be too dark tomorrow, and the morning isn’t doable for me.
fantastic – how the birds give this another dimension
Most beautiful Super Moon shot I’ve seen out of ALL of them!!!!!! Gorgeous!
Great photo with the birds flying through.
‘circadian’ also mentions sandhills. weave got ’em here — heard then saw a flock flyin’ south just a couple daze back. neat/good/perfect? photo !
Lovely photo Jeffrey. I love the pink and blue haze
What a great photo!