I haven't taken any moon photos since I purchased a 500mm lens in 2020. Last night was my full moon opportunity.
I'm taking photographs nearer home lately. Sill dealing with COVID-19 after-effects. This one, fifteen steps from home.
This is a colorful building in Hagåtña. I've thought about photographing here before. Captured it through a fence tonight.
We were discussing our calendar for the Christmas season this evening at dinner. We're looking forward to a little time off.
If you get up in the middle of the night at our house there's no chance of tripping in the hallway - not at Christmas time.
Decorations are going up all over the island. I noticed the big lighted tree on the bank tonight and decided to stop for a photo.
There is a big, new, Guam-themed light display at Skinner Plaza this year. I gather this is supposed to be a flame tree?
Tonight we met to prepare for our annual Festival of Lights at church. We are excited to invite people to our campus.
I went looking for urban scenes tonight. I had a little free time, as the rest of the family was at a high school concert.
We were getting some ice cream near the theater tonight. I didn't have a wide enough lens along, so I used my phone.
I stopped at the store tonight to pick up some essentials and ended up taking this long exposure from my parking space.
My daughter and I went out for some frozen yogurt tonight and stopped to photograph this deep excavation site.