February’s Snow Moon was a little special for the same reason Januarys’ Wolf Moon. I got to see it from the other side of the world! Oahu, Hawaii and the Big Sur, California!
Famed with trees like a two stag beetle stand off. Or spider. Pfeiffer Beach California
I’m not sure why I or us humans like the moon. Maybe like the sun it’s its constant yet ever changing predictable presence. Maybe it’s connection to nature. Maybe as its inspired thousands of stories. Maybe it’s its mystery. Maybe it’s because the night isn’t so dark, there’s light and light always triumphs the dark.
Anyways don’t forget to look up into the sky! Both the night and day sky and dream big!
Oahu Moon. In traffic the power lines caught my eye. Only later I noticed the moon! Okay, I know this is a bad shot, however as you’ll see in the next photoIt was only two days between the two shots. Five hours apart by plane. Two locations on Earth, difference perspective. Here a Big Sur waxing Snow MoonThe next day waxing even more. It’s amazing how much Earth has moved in position in relation to the sun and moon in just one day.Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, California February’s Snow Moon! I know bad focus on the moon. I wanted the colours and Airstream (no matter what you call it, it’s a caravan!). Back in Barcelona. Waning giving away to March’s Worm Moon
Does the moon inspire you? Or is it just that satellite in the sky? Please share in the comments below!