Abstract / Animals / beavers / Birds / Bosque / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / Full Moon / Moon / Rio Grande / Sandias / Trees Worm Moon Rising March 17, 2022 Timothy Price41 Comments Waiting for the Worm Moon Beaver break Persistence of orange long after sunset Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
41 thoughts on “Worm Moon Rising”
Man, that second shot is a stunner – definitely worth all those birds waiting for! As Frank Drebin would say, “Nice Beaver”
It belonged to Wynona. Thanks, Brian.
Your photos tell quite a story. The moon was gorgeous tonight! Took my breath away when driving home.
We saw through the clouds. Thanks, Michele.
A blessing! Thank you!
All photos are beautifull, nice is to see beaver because I newer saw this before 👌🏻
Thanks, Marine. Click on the Beaver link on the top menu of my blog and you will see a lot of posts with beavers
OK. I will 👍🏻💗
All of these are amazing Tim.
The first one with all of the birds is so cool.
You’re so welcome Tim! 🌈💫
I love the gathering perched upon the branches coming to receive the word of the Worm Moon.
In fact the whole gathering in water, touching earth and moving in the air.
You are welcome Timothy
There goes my day! Now I’m stuck here indefinitely! Not that I complain though. What a magician you are!
Thanks, Marina. Sorry to keep you from you work, but I’m happy you can enjoy the photos.
…still here!!! 😉 🙏
These shots are amazing. Lovel all the birst gathered especially.
The birds in the top of the tree was so cool. Thanks, Shey.
They are all so cool but you are right.
Beautiful. Last photo has the gasp effect.
Inspiring gallery, Tim. Nice to see Beaver, too.
Thanks, Maj & Sher. The beaver was a nice surprise.
I agree. That first shot after the birds is stunning, Timothy. I went out, but alas, no moon for me.
All the shots are gorgeous.
Thanks, Dale. You have another chance as the moon with be at it’s fullest tonight.
I wasn’t sure (hadn’t het looked up the official day yet) and I sure hope so!
I enjoyed all these beautiful and amazing photos, Tim. Moonrise over the Sandias and reflecting in the river was particularly enchanting. It is always a pleasure to see the beavers swimming about.
You outdid yourself there, Tim! Smashing stuff! How you got the detail in the birds in the trees is amazing. Jealus? Me? Yes! Haha!
Great photos, Tim, some different perspectives!
An alternative name to the “Worm Moon” is the “Sugar Moon,” which is in reference to the collection of maple sap for maple syrup. To be called maple syrup, the US standard is the syrup must be nearly all made from maple sap. Vermont and NY have more restrictive definitions to be called maple syrup. The Canadian standard of maple syrup must be at least 66% from maple sap.
The birds prefer worm moon. Thanks, David.
Gorgeous. Well worth the wait, Timothy.
Nice grackles! Those are grackles in the first shot?
Nothing against worms, but I prefer Sugar Moon.
Aww, the beaver! Is there a beaver moon?
I think they are sparrows, but they are dark. The Beaver moon is in November: https://wp.me/p1yQyy-78V. The birds like worms. Thanks, Resa.
Rats! I adore sparrows, and here I was attempting to show off my nature studies knowledge. Crazy,but there used to be tons of sparrows around here. Last 4/5 yeas they have all but vanished. Will check out Bmoon!
Oh these are the best! So moody, so beautiful! Love your work!!