Hunter Moonrise from the 100 Mile View, Jim Thorpe
Tonight's Moonrise was amazing. My photographer friend Lee mentioned he was going out for it, so it encouraged me to get my butt out there for it.
We met up, had a great conversation, met nice people up there who where also there for the view, and I was at peace being there.
I took a drive today to see how it's looking around the area, had a nice book anonymously gifted to me, a great zoom call with a wellness coach and the group, got fresh veggies also gifted to me, a dinner invite, and am grateful.
This is one picture of the Full Hunter Moonrise tonight, after it rose and began to turn more orange after being a beautiful pink as it came over the mountain. It was so darn beautiful.
When I saw it come over the mountain over the little haze, I felt excitement. Ask Lee! lol
I love that there's some foliage in the picture, and just love how the moon and colors complement each other, along with that little wispy cloud above the moon.
I hope you enjoy.
Taken at the 100 Mile View, Flagstaff, Jim Thorpe.
I hope you enjoy, and may you feel nothing but love, grace, and peace as you settle in for the night, and as you awaken in the morning!
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