Sept. 11, 2019 | Waxing Gibbous Moon

My day ends with this beautiful Waxing Gibbous Moon; it’s not quite 100% full.
I took some close up shots so you could see the craters to the left.
I can’t stop looking at them. This view is what I saw first;
the lavender sky caught my attention first, but I knew it wasn’t yet a full moon.

My day started with awesomely tender, remembering, and then this beautiful moon.
We keep holding our breath! Sweet friends, we can exhale. We are going to be okay!
It just looks different than we thought.

August 6, 2019 Birthday Moon

August 6, 2019 – Birthday Moon
I was thinking tonight, as I was shooting the moon,
all my friends and family see this very same moon. I hope you like this August 6, 2019, birthday moon shot by me…oh yes and God, He put it there.

I had the most awesome day today. Feeling Blessed. ๐Ÿ™‚

June 17, 2019 Strawberry Moon

Due to all the storms I struggled to get a decent shot with the clouds I had to focus right on the moon then I lost the clouds. See blow my attempts.

My view from the back porch. No stars were present due to the clouds of course.

Not sure why this is called a Strawberry Moon, it’s more golden I think.

 

So Mars is to the left and Venus to the far right…

So Mars is to the left and Venus to the far right
and the in between planets I just wanted to say
I’m not really impressed with them
I like the bright ones that capture my attention
When I’m star gazing
Mars on the left and Venus on the right
the middle one well it’s up to you to
figure all that out…but what I want to ask you?
Is are you stopping enough to even notice?
Mick/Micki/MichelleMarie

Just me and the dog and this tripod/camera

This Moon

I don’t think I’ll get over the moon
Only because it holds me still
In this timelessness
waiting
For relief and yet I still
myself because even
those that think they understand
really don’t
No one can know your sorrow
till you sing the song of it
to the solitary soul that waits
to hear it.
Maybe then I grow from it
a shared camaraderie
words not spoken but to this moon
that holds me still.

Still