Happy Blue Moon and falling back to standard time from Blue.
Waxing Gibbous Moon at 97.8% full
One would think a Blue Moon on Halloween would foreshadow a coming disaster. However, perhaps the Blue Moon on Halloween 2020 portends restoration and recovery after an already strange and disastrous year.
If you recall, there was a full moon on October 1, 2020, and the moon will be full again on October 31, 2020. As with all notable astronomical events, the world as someone knows it comes to an end, but, then again, a new world opens up for someone else and their self, their being is restored to begin life anew.
As with the few notable astronomical events I can witness, I try to document the events near the day or on the day they happen to keep my own record of each time the world ends and begins again.
Rising moon behind Resa’s Tree
Cranes flying over the bosque along the Rio Grande.
Ten clothespins at 10:00 this morning.
A cool snow dude on the bridge over the clearwater ditch.
My car with windswept snow in the parking lot on Old Route 66 between 2nd and 3rd Streets.
Our months-long dry spell was broken today with a major windstorm, followed by snow.
The snow was still faling when I got home.
Silver and Sasha enjoying a warm counter.
Dale’s peach tree with Resa’s Tree in the background.
Snow caused the black bamboo to bend over and cover Marina’s Tree. The top of Lavinia’s tree is showing on the left.
Catio in the snow.
My decadent birthday dinner: home made, hot and spicy, green chile cheese fries.
Another birthday. Thankful to celebrate after all that’s passed.
Await the storm. A promise of rain. A promise of snow. Perfect present for dry times.
Wasp searches. Bee behind.
Birds look to the sky. Anticipation.
Candles out. Wishes made.
Downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico.