November 18, 2016
The harvest full moon early this week was a supermoon, the closest we'll be to the moon in a 100 year period. Full moon light was intense, and after I caught the supermoon setting in the early morning hours, I thought it was over. Yet as I walked out of knit nite, there was the waxing moon, low and huge in the early night sky. It looked like something out of a movie: pale yellow with the upper right corner fading into nothingness, hanging just above the buildings across the street, and still so large its features were clearly visible.