No, that is not a floating dock. It is the result of the remnants of hurricane Sandy combined with the full moon. And Sandy didn’t even “hit” us – the storm blew past South Florida by way of the Bahamas. My thoughts are with you, Northeast USA.
Wearing a veil this evening.
The closest, brightest moonrise of the year did not really look like this to me, but it sure had my camera confused. The movement of the boat I -ahem- was too lazy to step off of did not help.
Setting at dawn, looking like she’s getting ready for a tight-rope act.
She’s been staying up for the sunrise.
I’m not telling. At least not until its owner sees it first. I’ll give you a hint, though: it’s called The sun, the moon, and the stars.
I admit it. I have a weakness for the moon. If I could afford the ticket, I would sign up for a trip to see it up close tomorrow. But until they start offering substantial last-minute discounts, my only option is to imagine what it would be like to take a stroll up there. So here are the results of my two latest imaginary outings: a recycled argentium sterling silver cuff bracelet named Moon Land, and ring with white moonstones (also made of recycled sterling) named Moon Rise.