Hunter Moon & Butterscotch Beech

October 18th, 2013 § 2 comments § permalink

Full Hunter Moon - michaela medina harlow - The Full, Hunter Moon, Rising Through Butterscotch-Hued Beech Leaves

Busy with end-of-season garden design work and autumn planting, I’ve had little time this month to write or update the site with photos. Hopefully, I’ll have a few moments to play catch up and share some ongoing projects and autumn scenes over the weekend.

And having lost all track of the celestial calendar, I was taken by surprise tonight —as if channeled straight from a forest fairytale—  when I caught the full, Hunter Moon rising through the butterscotch-hued leaves of October. What a beautiful sight. I hope you are enjoying the beauty and warmth of these sweet autumn evenings . . .

Hunter Moon 2013 - michaela medina harlow - A Beautiful, October Moonrise in Vermont

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