Saturday, May 05, 2012

Super Full Moon

Here's an interesting video that I found about the Super Full Moon that will be visible tonight (May 5th). The video isn't too long so I hope that you'll take a look. I'm fascinated by the full moon, so having a bigger visual to look at is right up my alley! When I was back home, even when it was just the normal full moon, I loved to go outside into our field and take a look at all of that gorgeousness :-) There is just something so calming and extraordinary about a full moon. It makes me feel like I'm truly a part of the human experience, because I realize that I'm not the first and I won't be the last to gaze up at it and that binds me with everyone who ever looked up at the moon. Also, I just love having that moment to stand and just contemplate whatever crosses my mind in that moment...or I don't have to think about anything at all. That is the beauty!

So I will be watching and I hope that the weather cooperates and gives us a clear sky for a while here. But even if the clouds don't disappear, I will still know it's there :-) I hope that you'll join me! Have a great weekend and happy Super Full Moon night to you!

 

5 comments:

Tink said...
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Tink said...

Oops, sorry. I was writing this:

Interesting stuff, isn't it? I'm a full moon child! When I was born the moon was full. Do you know what phase you were burn under? There's a link in my Supermoon blogpost.

Sissym said...

That video is so interesting!
The super full moon was amazing!

hugs :)

Ivanhoe said...

Was not too big here in Ohio. Little desappionted at the size and my pics :(
Hugs from Ohio,
I.

Dori said...

Tink,
Yes it's very interesting! How cool that you were born at the time of the full moon! I think that I was born when it was about three quarters of the way there :) I've visited your site and will be checking out the links.Thanks! :)

Sissym,
Yes, it's all so intriguing isn't it? :) Hugs!

Ivanhoe,
I know what you mean, I couldn't get any pics because the clouds decided to get in the way, but they made a space for us to see for a little while :) Sorry that your pics didn't turn out. Hugs!