7:30 am, I opened the curtains and saw this WOW sunrise.
We had rain, rain and more rain the whole week.
Thursday morning I opened my curtains just before six am. The sky was breathtaking, I had to take some photos.
This was what I saw this morning walking Trompie
The night of January 31 up to early morning February 1, 2018
Today’s lunar eclipse was the first to coincide with a Blue Moon – a second full moon in one month – in North America in over 150 years. It was also the second “supermoon” of 2018, with the moon appearing slightly bigger and brighter than usual due to its closeness to Earth. And to top it off, the supermoon passed through Earth’s shadow this morning, casting a reddish hue on the lunar surface for more than 4 hours.
After this awesome display, I woke up, got ready to go to school for the first before school care session. Opening my front door I saw the following daybreak.
That Thursday afternoon all hell broke loose over New Zealand with a cyclone battering the country. There were King tides after the moon’s display the night before.
We survived but some people were not so lucky.
This week, share your take on “dense” — you could focus on a natural landscape like I did, or take the theme in a different direction, from a sweaty crowd at a rock concert or a busy avenue during rush hour to a fresh loaf of bread, waiting for someone to take the first bite.
Says Ben Huberman at-
Last weekend I had the opportunity to fly from Wellington, NZ North Island to Nelson NZ, South Island. It was very cloudy when we left Wellington.
The sky was very blue and this cloud was extra white!
It looks like a big fish mouth!
What do you think?