Full Moon Orbs

Full Moon Orbs Cheyenne MacMasters

The full moon brought me out of the house this evening to quest for orbs. My personal orb, good old tear drop, awaited me on the upper left of my photo as usual.

Full Moon Orb Cheyenne MacMasters

Full Moon on the right rises over the mountain, orb on the left with a surprising reflection.

Agave orbs Cheyenne MacMasters

When questing for orbs in my neighborhood, I always look to see who is floating above the agave stalks.

agave orb Cheyenne MacMasters

Looks like a moon, this orb on a branch.

chinaberry orb Cheyenne MacMasters

Always hopeful, this is a first, an orb among the Chinaberry trees.

orbs view Cheyenne MacMasters

The night begins to darken as orbs fly high over Bisbee, Arizona.

Happy Full Moon everyone!

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memory as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Orbs are not “Normal”

Today was rather depressing. I had a photo shoot lined up with a sound therapist who was working at a job site which I knew would be good for orbs. The plan was to get one of the other workers to sit still for a few minutes and listen to the exquisite sounds of tuning forks while I took photographs to see how the orbs would respond.

To me, this was a simple plan. To the workers, this was the weirdest thing imaginable. So while I was prepping to go to the job site (changing out of painting clothes and charging my camera battery) the workers were all wussing out. When I got out of the shower and was dressed, I got the call: photo shoot is cancelled.

I should not have gotten depressed, but I did. And now I’m thinking, this is “Bisbee” where we say it with emphasis on the first syllable, “Biiissbee” as a self-explanatory means of explaining all the weirdnesses that take place in our town. See the B on the hill? Biissbee.

My mood darkened throughout the day. I did stay busy, helping my 87-year-old mom trade out her summer clothes for winter, painting a couple of doors red, repainting yellow trim, mucking out a small garden, saving the seeds from the summer flowers and putting in pansys for winter, but not cheerfully. Oh, and I vacuumed and mopped. So, it’s not like I went to bed and cried over a canceled photo shoot.

But like these photos, it was an overcast mood.

Normal? Apparently I’ve never been really good at that one. But I’ll give it a try. Only one out of four photos has orbs. Normal.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/

Walking Dog with Orbs

We have a dog that can’t be walked by me if there’s any chance that other dogs might also be taking a walk. A lovely, good-hearted dog that gets into her battle fury and I could end up on my nose trying to hold her back.

So, her walks are rather late in the day when the man of the house gets home from work. However, it’s a perfect time for to go on a quest for orbs.

Somehow, it seems that there might be more orbs on full moon nights.

Just when we arrived back home the moon started to peak up over the mountains and immediately into the cloud cover. The moon is the fan of light beneath the pinkish orb.

A little later in the evening it’s as if the moon is showering orbs onto my little mountain town.

I hope you are all enjoying the full moon tonight, perhaps sharing your photos of the moon or drumming with friends in the moonlight.

For those of you who are new to this blog, or would like to refresh your memories as to what orbs are, perhaps this will help: https://orbsdelight.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/photographing-orbs/