Full Moon or Photography Trick?


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Photo by ยฉOmar Upegui R.

Did you answer the question above?ย  ๐Ÿ™‚

Good Day!

6 thoughts on “Full Moon or Photography Trick?”

  1. Substitute “melon” for “moon” in any number of song titles, and things get amusing pretty quickly. “Sail On, Silvery Melon” is just funny. Thanks for the smile!

  2. Morning Linda:

    Yep, I always knew you were an acute observer. But I just wanted to get a good laugh for those of you who are not that perceptive. ๐Ÿ™‚

    A good laugh is good to iron-out our facial wrinkles.

    Enjoy the rest of the day,

    Omar.-

    1. Hello Ana:

      And the answer is….correct! This is a melon which we bought at our local supermarket to enrich out diet. We need to eat as much fruit as we can.

      Given its round shape and texture, I thought it would be fun to post it as the moon in outer space. Just having fun my dear Ana. ๐Ÿ™‚

      Enjoy the rest of the week.

      In Panama this week is called “Holy Week” in remembrance to the sad event of the cruxifiction of Jesus Christ on the cross. Next Friday is called “Viernes Santo” (Holy Friday). 80 percent of the Panama population is Roman Catholic.

      Bye,

      Omar.-

  3. Hola Omar,
    My melon is buzzing with ideas but I can’t-elope with the belief that it is the moon. But I am not immune to the moon idea, either! jim

    1. Hola Jim y Nena:

      I can see you enjoy puns. So do I, that is, when I can understand them. Sometimes I just go completely blank.

      As they say, reality is the perception that we have of reality rather and reality itself.

      When I shot this picture, I was looking at the moon. ๐Ÿ™‚

      Hasta Luego, Jim.

      Omar.-

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