December’s Full Cold Moon

So it’s the last one of the year, and hopefully the best one of the year. With darkness falling so very early now, the moon is absolutely huge. During daylight hours it certainly hasn’t been reluctant to show its awesome beauty.

Today I just wished I had a camera, although not quite full, it shone silver against the brilliant azure blue sky of winter.

Among several other names including The Frost Moon, December’s full moon has adopted the perfect title of ‘The Cold Moon’ – I don’t think that really needs any further explanation.

Happy Moon Gazing.


November’s Full Frost Moon

Tonight, a crystal clear sky gave way to a brilliant full moon, resting upon a mere wisp of cloud. I don’t know if it’s just me but the clouds always seem to part when the moon is full as though they know they are not worthy of hiding such magnificence.

Tonight’s moon is known once again as the Hunter moon, Beaver moon or the Full Frost Moon. Because the nights are drawing in the moon seems lower and so much bigger than we’re used to. For all of winters failings the moon is not one of them.

Happy Moon Gazing.