This is yet another installment of 360° (although I've never used that term before in this context).

Since even the most skilled nature-and-wildlife photographer can only provide glimpses of the complete outdoor experience, I often post a short series of what I see above, below, in front, and behind me. As a result, you get to virtually travel with me to Europe or simply go on a Rocky Mountain dog walk, like the one this afternoon.

It's too bad I can't make you feel the even-more-refreshing -40C/F weather and the burning wind to fully appreciate what adjusting manual focus with my bare hands to capture the daytime Moon did to my fingers.

Then again, all art is suffering. Wink!