“It is the very error of the moon.She comes more near the earththan she was wont. And makesmen mad.”—William Shakespeare, Othello ACROSS THE CENTURIES, many a person has uttered the phrase “There must be a full moon out there” in an attempt to explain weird happenings at night. Indeed, the Roman goddess of the moon boreContinue reading “Full Moon Mania”
It was not easy to take photos as the light was low and the camera would not focus.. I thought camera was faulty and changed cameras…
I was going back home after work when I saw this huge golden glow over the admin Building and realised the moon was rising. I rushed inside and got my camera and went outside, knocking over the toads lining the path to capture the 99% almost full moon.
I saw the moon on the horizon and realised it was rising. It was bright gold and Looked beautiful. A bat flew across as I took this photo….It was just after 7.30 pm…Moonrise
It was cloudy and the moon hid behind the clouds.
The June Full Moon is a Super Moon. I saw the moon rise at Corroboree Park in Macleay Island. It was right on time…4.44 behind the clouds. Then it rose above the clouds and was very beautiful though hazy because of the cloud “The common definition of a supermoon is any full Moon that is atContinue reading “June Full Super Moon”
WHY THE FULL MOON IS IMPORTANT The full moon has been affiliated with harvests, festivals, wolves, and insanity. The very word “lunacy” stems from people’s ideas of mental stability and the moon’s phases. Full moons have captured imaginations across cultures and time, and many cultures have named the various full moons. 2020 is notable inContinue reading “Full Moon March”
Moon set was 6.09 am, and I was meeting the 5.20 am ferry on Russell Island Jetty, and the moon was setting behind the moored ferries. Clouds made the moon not so visible and created reflections in the water The Moon’s visibility was 99.7% so it was the ending of the last full moon forContinue reading “Full Moon Over the Sea”
February’s full moon is traditionally known as the Snow Moon in the northern hemisphere and typically symbolises the beginning of spring. The moon will reach its peak at 8.17am GMT on Saturday but will appear full in the sky on both Friday and Saturday night. Some North American tribes named it the Hunger Moon due to the scarce food sources and hard hunting conditionsContinue reading “February Full Moon”