This was the second month in a row the moon stayed up to watch the sunrise. And, by good fortune, I saw it both times.
In some cultures, the January full moon is called the Wolf Moon because the wolves would howl in hunger during this season. We have no wolves here, but we did hear some amazing howling winds during our recent first winter storm.
Did you get the Santa Anas, too? I do not like gusty winds.ReplyDelete
I don't know. It seems that winds came from every direction but the east. I could be wrong. Fortunately for us we have new fences all around. Otherwise we would be putting up new ones.Delete
It been overcast here in Idaho. so no stars or anything.ReplyDelete
Coffee is on and stay safe
Maybe next month you'll have clear skies to see the full moon.Delete
The moon was looking pretty this morning! Beautiful sky and moon capture! Take care, happy weekend!
Hi, Eileen. I know the moon is supposed to look the same from wherever we are. Still I wonder if that's really so. :-)Delete
Lovely colours in the sky. I'm not sure about the howling winds though, I think I'd prefer the wolves :-)ReplyDelete
Brave woman, Eunice! :-)Delete
I like the name wolf moon.ReplyDelete
I wonder if that's where the idea of Wolf Man came from.Delete
I didn’t get to see the moon when it was full, I’m usually asleep by then. I wake up around 4 AM every dayReplyDelete
I wonder why it is in some months it takes longer for the moon to set.Delete
We heard some coyotes howling the other day...kind of spooky! Love your photo of the moon! Enjoy your day sweet lady!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Diane. :-) Last year we heard coyotes howling around the full moon. That was cool, but spooky!Delete