Skywatch Friday - flying saucer and moon over Craigellachie
It's definitely the moon, pale in the nine o'clock sunshine on an early July evening. And it's definitely Craigellachie, nestled at the head of the valley. And it looked like a flying saucer to me, especially since it changed shape, as flying saucers are meant to do (tho to what end I'm not sure).
That annoying golden eagle is back in my shots again, or perhaps it's never gone away. I thought I'd cleaned the sensor. Perhaps it was one of my many 'must dos' that if repeated often enough trick you into thinking you've done it.
More skies in glorious diversity at the Skywatch Friday site.