Saturday, March 29, 2014

Full Moon Tetrad

Full moons fascinate me as readers of this blog well know. It's the light and shadows, particularly on snow, that never cease to amaze, with their definition and coolness of illumination. Interestingly enough, you have to endure the cold to get viable images as cold air is clearer than warm, something astronomers have known about since the beginning of time. With this in mind, check out what's happening, beginning on April 15th, (I know, I know :)) as a bountiful of lunar eclipses are about to begin, an extremely rare event moon watchers like myself anticipate with great excitement while praying for clear skies when nature puts on a show as awesome as this. 

Nature never disappoints - Robert E.

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