Beauty to Behold: The Sap Moon Rising

Sap Moon Rising ⓒ 2013 michaela medina harlow - The Sap Moon Rising Above Paper Birch and Snow-Covered Hills in Vermont

Be sure to look for the full, Sap Moon (aka the Worm Moon), when it rises tonight at 7:50pm ET. The moon was full at exactly 5:27am ET this morning, as it began to set on the western horizon here in Vermont. With ghostly paper birch reflecting her glow, the show sure was beautiful last night on my hilltop. Find more astronomical news, including full moon facts and lore, at The Farmer’s Almanac here.

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One Reply to “Beauty to Behold: The Sap Moon Rising”

  1. Deb Weyrich-Cody

    Hmm, precipitation predicted of one sort or another for the next few days, so I’m REALLY glad I stopped to stare last night – it always makes me think of all the other people who’ve done the exact same thing…
    Welcome home (and thanks so much for your thoughtful reminders: ) xo D.

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