The sun rises over the horizon, bathing Woodside Quarry in warm, soft, golden light. Can you tell I am missing the sun this summer?
A quick throwback to a mild, sunny day in autumn last year. I was reminded of this by the unseasonably mild weather we are having at the moment. To think that the Beast from the East was all the rage at this time last year. What a difference 12 months make…
The evenings are getting lighter, hooray! I am sure the recent ‘reminder of winter’ will not be the last one this season. For now, enjoy a view of the snow and sunset, looking over Horsforth from the soon-to-be-no-more Woodside Quarry. Enjoy.
The weather has just been reminding us, hey, it IS winter! A bit of a chill in the air, and plenty of the white stuff. Another opportunity for some arty black and white stuff, and some still life!
So this past weekend was a full moon, not just any ordinary full moon though. A ‘Super’ moon, so called because it is at it’s closest to the Earth, and appears bigger, especially at moon rise. And then, the Native American’s called the January full moon ‘Wolf’ moon. And the blood? Well, a total lunar eclipse – when the moon is fully in the shadow of the Earth – usually results in a red-hued moon during totality. Hence the ‘blood’.
Enjoy the Super Wolf Blood moon here, find the science elsewhere… 🙂