Only 9 hours after the sun rose, it was dark again and a beautiful orange moon rose in the north east!
This week, the moon is below the horizon for as little as 4.5 hours (the opposite of the sun which disappears for a similar time in summer)…and being near full moon we get maximum moonlight at the moment!
Still hanging high in the sky at 8:30 this morning!
The earth sinking to reveal the full moon on the first day of my “new year” (according to the solstice)…and not only that, after years of trying, I finally captured crows flying over the moon’s surface on the way in to the roost at Vikhammer from warmer pastures on the other side of the fjord….and a few minutes later it was obscured by clouds!
WISHING ALL MY FOLLOWERS AND FRIENDS A VERY HAPPY FESTIVE SEASON AND MAY ALL YOUR PLANT DREAMS COME TRUE!
I was working in the garden when I noticed the light on the northern horizon as the earth fell slowly to reveal the full moon: