Took a drive to Chatham this morning to catch the early morning light.
Even 45 minutes after the sun went down over Craigsville Beach the sky was just stunning. The rich color and the simple sliver of the rising moon above.
It seems obvious, of course, to say the moon is enormous. It is, after all, a full moon, a SUPER moon, right?
It really isn’t much of a surprise to observe that despite being hidden behind layers of clouds it out shined the man made light along the shore.
And it was more than a thing that carved a gargantuan swath of light from the darkness.
Like so many things in Nature that are truly awesome, it was a glimpse of the divine.
The temperature is dropping and the rain is falling.
There is snow to the north but we all know it wouldn’t dare snow on Cape Cod.
2017 is coming to a close. On this blog I have, with varying degrees of frequency, chronicled my time with nature.
In past years I have made calendars from my photos which I shared with family and friends over the holidays. This year I broadened the scope and have been pleased with the amount of interest.
As the days remaining in this year dwindle to a precious few, so are the number of available calendars.
Rather than venturing out in the wind and rain, I will make this offer available to you this afternoon. 2018 Cape Cod Wall Calendar