Going high

9 02 2020


This was my first glimpse of the moon two nights ago – already very high in the sky above Corazon and Maiku. In the next few shots I took, it was overtaken by clouds.

Trivia: February’s full moon is called the Snow Moon by Native Americans because it usually appears during heavy snow. … It would be GREAT if it snowed here heavily (or at all) while the moon was full!

You can see how late it is; the horses and I are in sunset shade, and the far northern ridges above the basin are glowing in the very absolute last slip of sunlight.

That said, “late” is getting later as we slide toward spring. This “late” was around 5:30 p.m.



One response

9 02 2020
Sue Story

Such a great photo, TJ! Love that last light on the northern ridges and the low- flowing cloud veil. Cool!

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