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    LD--Moonlit Mountains

    by , 12-14-2011 at 11:43 PM (427 Views)
    Old LD from 4-29-07

    Mini Lucid:

    I was walking at night with a group of people (no one I know from real life). We came to a place where I looked to our left, and I was the full moon shining down on this snow covered mountain range. It was so absolutely fantastically beautiful. I just stopped and looked at it for a few moments.

    I then realized that I had my camera with me. I didn't know if my camera would be able to capture the beauty of this. But I wanted to try. I took a picture and saw that it seemed to take okay. I then wanted to take more pictures, but the people from my group were now all in the way. They were spread out all over in front of me and there was no way I could get a picture without them in it. I knew I had to wait. I noticed another lady with a much nicer camera was taking pictures of it too. I wished I had a nicer camera.

    Finally, they had all moved out of the way. I lifted my camera to take a picture, but I was surprised to find that there was now a big hill in the way covering up most of the snow covered mountains. Where had that hill come from? I knew it wasn't there before when I took my first picture.

    I stood there for a moment trying to understand this, when it suddenly hit me--I'm Dreaming!

    I remember feeling proud of myself for figuring that out. And not just accepting that the hill was suddenly there.

    I decided to fly over the hill so I could get a better view of the mountain. In fact, I wanted to fly to the mountains. The moonlight was still shining so magically on them. I just had to be there.

    So I took off flying toward the full moon over the mountains.

    But not long into the flight toward the moonlit mountains, I could feel my dream fading.

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