Above/below is one of my favorite features for this blog. (I should probably start tagging it.) I like giving the idea of more than one object in my line of vision—more than one aspect to what I photograph outdoors—because even a wide-angle lens cannot provide the full sense of a landscape experienced "live."
Most often, I contrast the sky above with a macro-image of the world below, as is the case this time.
Above me is the shrouded early-evening Moon:
Below me are the sunlit reeds: