Moon Festival

Traditionally on this day, Chinese family members and friends will gather to admire the mid-autumn harvest moon, eat moon cakes and pomelos together.

May your timepiece(s) time your happy moment.

Sincerely, Matthew
maybe not the right moon but....
10/04/2009 - 14:23
wishing a happy moon festival to all those who celebrate it
More, more...
10/04/2009 - 19:48
Sweet pic Alex  but can we see the rest?
Sarpaneva Korona RG more scans ....
10/04/2009 - 21:00

Here's where he got his inspiration for the dial from: Stepan Sarpaneva is part of the new wave of modern horology; those like Vianney Halter and Felix Baumgartner who mastered classical high horology with the greatest but who then decided to fly with their own wings and create watches with their own vision.

Harvest Moon
10/04/2009 - 19:46
Thanks Matthew for your sincere wishes!  Over here the harvest moon has significance as well for farmers as it marks the time when the crops should be off the fields.  It is a wonderful site to see the enlarged pale orange moon hanging so low on the horizion as to appear ready to drop out of the sky but it also makes me a bit sad to see this signal of summer's end...
Happy Moon Festival to All!
10/05/2009 - 03:10
2 more moons to admire... How could I not respond to this wonderful post?! Cheers, Francois
thank u. we called it the "mid-autumn festival", much celebrated in...
10/05/2009 - 12:48
hong kong with a re-union dinner, moon cakes (sweet pastry made of lotus seed paste), enjoy the full moon and kids running around with lanterns. and from this day, it was said that with every rain, the temperature will reduce by 1 degree celsius. but we had a cloudy sky this year