Apart from the eclipse, the moon was beautiful this solstice. But I didn't see the red moon. Grand haiku, Dave.
Our moon was a copper penny, and just glorious hidden by earth's shadow.
Like the idea of a red moon hidden!
It was hidden from me too, Dave, although I did see the first bits of shadow. We'll just have to wait for the next time!
Yes, it was the most glorious red.
Wish I could have seen it.
Red moon hidden as some of our hearts?
red moon? you kind off lost me there.
Your haiku is wonderful. Thank You for telling me you also had one about the eclipse. I have been reading about haiku construction and how correctly write one ... the surprise at the end and haven't quite mastered that part yet but... I do enjoy writing them.Your photo for "When earth became a lesser sun" is fabulous !You too have a lovely Christmas.cheers, parsnip
Thanks allYour visits and comments are very much appreciated.I am not sure how much I'll be around Blogland over the next two or three days - popping in and out, most likely. In accordance with an ancient family tradition going back more years than I care to recall - could be as many as ten - we have our family Christmas dinner tomorrow on Christmas Eve. Could be I'm in danger of having two Christmas dinners this year! Be assured I shall read them all and visit - eventually!
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