Full Moon – February 2017

Tonight when we were driving home after dinner at a restaurant, I saw the full moon rising up from the east. The sky was still blue and bright, because the sun was still setting on the west. I wish I had a video camera to film both the sun and the moon in the sky. But the sky was getting darker and darker. I just concentrated on taking the photos of the moon. From the first picture of the moon in the blue sky to the last picture of the moon in a completely dark sky, there was only a ten-minute period. I included the February, 2017 Moon Phases calendar, and a description of the Moon Phases.                 Source: https://stardate.org/nightsky/moon

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Ambience

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85 thoughts on “Full Moon – February 2017

  1. Great photos! It’s so great when the sun and moon are in the sky at the same time isn’t it. Reminds me of my poem, “Shine”. The interplay of the relationship between the sun and moon is fun to explore! Lovely!!! Thanks for following!

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  2. Reblogged this on emmapalova and commented:
    Sleepless under the full moon

    I suffer from insomnia on any given night, let alone when we have a full moon or a super moon.
    This morning I woke up at 12:15 a.m. all giddy thinking it was at least 3 a.m. To my huge dismay after tossing around in bed for two hours, I got out of bed to find out that it was only 2: 30 a.m.
    Even though I get a lot done in my head, the open sleepless nights are driving me nuts.
    However, I credit them for many of my creative works like “Parnell White Nights” (c) 2017, manuscript in progress.
    Stay tuned for updates.

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