Super Moony Blues

Blue Moon

Super Moony Blues arising in the East

Moony Blues

meet the Sun’s shadow coming in fast from the West.

Lunar Eclipse beginning

What started on my birthday, ended with clouds coming in.

Lunar Eclipse early on

Nevertheless, full Moons brighten open plains

Halo Moon

for eyes created to craft certain images into long-term memories.Moon Quartered

If only one had the power to divide the sky at will, why knot me?

A drip of the blood moon

Β One drip of the Blood Moon?

Good grief!


Uncle Tree


27 thoughts on “Super Moony Blues

  1. Wow – I’ve been super busy at work these past two days and I’d not even checked out the NASA site or any of the news sites to see the moon trifecta event. We could see nothing here – too overcast. I decided you would give it your all (notwithstanding the expected cloudy conditions) and you did not disappoint. I need not go anywhere else to see the recap of the moon event. I liked the first picture best with the dark twigs in the foreground. A little spooky … all you needed was a wolf howling. Very nicely done Uncle Tree.

  2. Only one drop of the blood moon? You should have been here in my corner of the world. It was quite visible here. And I was thinking about you. Don’t know if you got the image through telepathy. πŸ˜‰

  3. Thank you very much, Linda! πŸ™‚
    It is a bluer Moon when it rises, but I’ve seen bigger super ones.
    I tried not to get howling mad, and I think I kept my cool alright. Cheerz to next time! UT

  4. You made me smile all these miles away on a bitter cold morning. There will be many more moons to view, but not a moon event like this one til 2033 … not that far off right Uncle Tree? I’m off to walk and await the Groundhog’s prognostication.

  5. You’ll be there Uncle Tree … and I’ll read about it too. πŸ™‚ The *&^% Official Groundhog decided we had six more weeks of Winter. Even our local groundhog concurred.

  6. Quite true, Wayne. One’s personal perspective can mean the difference.
    I mean, it’s one thing to stay positive and optimistic in the face of doubt,
    but when one finds themselves on the losing end of the deal,
    we realize how much our high expectations cost us in the way of suffering.

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