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Saturday, April 21, 2012

30 Days of Photographs II: Moon

5:33 AM.

That's the time when the moon rises today. I haven't seen the moon since this challenge started. Every night I've tried to catch a glimpse of it, but to no avail. I saw it one morning when I was driving to work, but I was late, it was light outside and I didn't feel like stopping to take a photo.

But luckily, I do have a photo for you. A photo of a movie poster. See, last night M and I saw Iron Sky. It's a dark sci-fi comedy with a heavy dose of parody and a very healthy attitude towards Western politics. Oh, and there are Nazis on the moon. A quality film, if you ask me.

If you have the chance, go see it, it was well worth the watch, and the soundtrack was awesome.




This post is a part of the 30 Days of Photographs II challenge. Please visit the rest of the participants for more fantastic photos: MikeWJ, Nicky and Mike, Mo, Meleah, John, aka nonamedufus, Bryan, aka Unfinished Person, Mariann, Malisa, Nora, LaughingMom, Tanya, Elizabeth A., 00dozo, Cheryl, Kristen and Katherine. *
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35 comments:

  1. I suppose it's okay if they stay there. They're not coming back are they? 

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  2. I'm with dufus on this one. If they're there, they can stay there.

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  3. Sounds like a quality picture! 

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  4. Think I will just wait for the sequel, "In 1945 The Nazis Went To Hell".
    I had the same issue as you with catching a shot of the moon. However, last night I finally got an awesome shot! :)

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  5. Did all of them go?  How long did they stay?  What did they do?

    I like the photo of the movie poster.

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  6. It was a documentary, right, comedy but based in truth?

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  7. I hate to tell you this, dufus, but they're already here.

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  8. Sorry, they didn't... But if it makes you happier, they only attacked New York City.

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  9. You got the most awesome shot of all, I can't believe how lucky you were!

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  10. I guess the survivers went? And then they stayed until now, making babies and rasing a new generation or two of peace-loving Nazis. It's a great movie.

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  11. Yes, because sometimes, you just have to laugh at the Nazis coming from the moon to take over the world.

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  12. I LOVE NY. Why couldn't it have been Los Angeles?

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  13. You had this one in the bag until a few minutes ago...

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  14. Girlfriend, it just takes patience. I sat on that dock for hours and hours just waiting for the perfect moon shot. Did I mention that wine was involved? 

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  15. I haven't seen the movie, Ziva (nor even heard of it) but I'll a point to look out for it.  Kinda sounds like my visit to the hospital today.  It was rather surreal.
    ;-)

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  16. I love the tag "not an actual photo of the moon". You know, seeing as your name is Ziva Moon, you could have taken a picture of yourself :-)

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  17. Patience? I'm not familiar with this word.

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  18. Oh I hope everything went okay? Surreal doesn't sound too good. I hope there weren't any moon nazis, that would really suck. :P

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  19. I actually considered it, but then I realized I didn't want to scare my readers away, so I went with nazis instead.

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  20. You're right, that would have been way better.. I've been to New York, and I loved it.

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  21. I'm not familiar with that word either. I would never sit and wait on a photo! I was being sarcastic.

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  22. hmmmm... interesting. Ima see if the movie "Iron Sky" is available on Netflix. 

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  23. OK, that is a WAY cool poster.. makes me want to see the movie!

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  24. Well... was the movie good? I read through the comments - and I couldn't find if you said it was actually worth while seeing. 
    ps. great impromptu

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  25. Nazis on the moon is a new one for me. And yeah, what's up with the moon not being around at all?

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  26. I think the moon was making fun of us. Or maybe it was a nazi conspiracy!

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  27. Well, I'm not sure if I mentioned that in the comments, but in the actual post I recommended you go see it if you have the chance, that it was well worth the watch, and that the soundtrack was awesome. So yeah, I thought it was good. ;)

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  28. If you get the chance, you definitely should.

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  29. Well, it's a Finnish production, but it's pretty big outside of Finland, too, so you might actually be able to find it. :)

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  30. Man, I hate Nazis.  Guess we have to deal with them on the moon now too.  Gotta check out that movie!  :)

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  31. I hope you can find it, it really was a funny movie. :)

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