Moonrise Through the Trees, 3/5/15

It didn’t look this spooky in real life. Honest. But it’s fun to make it look spooky in a photo.

10 Comments on “Moonrise Through the Trees, 3/5/15”

  1. JunkChuck – Westsylvania, PA, USA – Native, Militant Westsylvanian (the first last best place), laborer, gardener, and literary hobbyist (if by literary you mean "hack"). I've had a bunch of different blogs, probably four, due to a recurring compulsion to start over. This incarnation owes to a desire to dredge up the best entries of the worst little book of hand-scrawled poems I could ever dream of writing, salvageable excerpts from fiction both in progress and long-abandoned. and a smattering of whatever the hell seems to fit at any particular moment. At first blush, I was here just to focus on old, terrible verse, but I reserve the right to include...anything. Maybe everything, certainly my love of pulp novels, growing garlic, the Pittsburgh Steelers and howling at the moon--both figuratively and, on rare occasions, literally.


  2. I watched the same thing last night outside the town of Josselyn in Brittany. The moon was just clearing the horizon when I came out of the supermarket and I swear (allowing for my shade/color blindness) that it was a pale pink. It was on my right across farm fields as I drove north to where I’m housesitting and I kept sneaking a look at it, It turned to gold once it was above the horizon, deep at first then pale.

    I never see a moonrise without thinking something like this: “Here I am, living on a planet. And that’s another one that just happens to circle ours. What an amazing thing the universe is.”

  3. Last night’s full moon is one of the most named full moons. It’s known as the Worm, Crow, Crust, Sap, Seed, and Storm Moon, depending on the culture and/or tribe.

    I got to watch it rise last night and set this morning, through a slight overcast, which gave it a hazy, mysterious appearance.

    Thanks for sharing your view.

  4. Paindoc – Singapore – I am an anaesthetist and pain specialist focusing in non-surgical procedures done under sedation to help patients manage their pain.

    Run. Let the haunting begin.

  5. That there is a creepy moon for Lantern Festival. (Last day of the Lunar New Year festival.)

  6. Donna Leonard – Southern California – I like to write, read, knit, crochet, watch movies, watch way too much television, listen to music and play Drawsomething 2 somewhat obsessively, not necessarily in that order. You can find my irregular blog at: 3 kids: Twenty-three-year-old boy/girl twins, and a thirteen-year-old girl. 3 cats: fourteen-year-old female, three-year-old female, and a two-year-old male
    Donna Leonard

    My new desktop background…though it got kind of stretchy when I made it the background…I might get around to fixing that later……..

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