Friday, April 10, 2009

Skywatch Friday-Terrell @ West Mesquite full moon

Terrell hosted the Mabank Panters Thursday night and won 6-1. Everything went right for Terrell, great pitching, great fielding and timely hitting. I will have some you tube clips loaded but probably not until Sunday. The sky was pretty hazy, they are saying it's from the brush fires west of the metroplex. The Tigers are one more step closer to the playoffs.

For Skywatch Friday, I am posting a view of the full moon over left center field on Tuesday night in Mesquite, Texas.


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14 comments:

chrome3d said...

That must have been brilliant weather to watch the game. So peaceful and full of warmth.

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful sky for the game! Terrific shot!

AVCr8teur said...

Nice evening game. Congratulations on the win.

alicesg said...

Lovely photo. Love the way you capture the moon too. Have a nice weekend and Happy Easter, Jim.

Olivier said...

la pleine lune avec ce stade, cela fait une superbe photo

full moon with this stage, it makes a great photo

Babooshka said...

A win. My team have forgotten what was one of those is. Lovely tranquil sky and the moon is the bonus jewel in the sky.

Ordinary Biscuit said...

Congratulations for the win. Nice shot too

Small City Scenes said...

How neat to be able to see the moon even with the field lights on. Glad the Tigers won. It looks like you are having great weather. MB

slinger said...

I recall posting about the Stars and the Wild both being in the playoffs a couple months ago. My how that picture has changed. We both can look forward to a more healthy run for both of our teams.

Jacob said...

A familiar sight to Texans and former Texans...lighted ball fields. I've played on a few of those myself - many years ago!

Dan said...

Around here the sky was so smoke filled that the sunset was amazing!

Boise Diva said...

The moon is doing a good job competing with those field lights.

SandyCarlson said...

Puts the game in perspective!

raf said...

Great shot, Jim! Almost looks like a baseball up there.