Before continuing I need to translate the above to the truthful meaning:
Abrie playing with moon images
I do believe that the word experimental is sometimes used to to justify a non-professional activity called playing. An experimental activity just carries more weight than a playful activity. I admit, but only this once (and please don not tell anybody else) that I was not engaging in experimental actions but in playental actions. And yes that neologism is experimental usage of language in order to masquerade the true nature of my actions…
We were having a braai (that is the proper word for barbecue) at my cousins farm a few years ago and the moon rose over the Swartberg (Black mountain) behind the town of Oudtshoorn in the Western Cape, South Africa. My cousin had friends staying with him and in a flash they became very experimental. Tripods supporting impressive cameras were gawking at a lunar object. I left my tripod at home thus sharp focused images were not possible and Abrie with a less impressive camera started playing with moon images.
I actually told Zee that a post of hers inspired me (but sorry Zee couldn’t find the photos I was referring to), but in the process found these. Now these were already small versions of the originals and the originals together with “Zee’s” photos has vanished. A few years ago my laptop and bag containing the originals and a lot of other photos were stolen.
Inspired by the WordPress photo challenge: Experimental
The sun has one kind of glory, while the moon and stars each have another kind. And even the stars differ from each other in their glory. 1 Cor 15:41