Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Full Strawberry Moon

The Full Strawberry Moon is today.




We will have strawberries on the deck at moon rise tonight.


I celebrate this Full Moon.
I decorate in her honor.


For some, June's Full Moon is called the Full Rose Moon.
I honour that name too.

Happy Full Moon

8 comments:

Chris said...

Happy Fully Strawberry Moon, Sherry :-)

Cheryl said...

Dear Sherry....I watched the moon last night float through the silhouette of the old oak tree. She was beautiful, my husband and I will look out tonight to see her......

Happy fully strawberry moon.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Ijust came in from looking at the moon Sherry. This strawberry moon is so beautiful. I would like to take a picture of it. I just don't know how to set my camera to capture the whole picture. There are some clouds floating by and the reflection of the moon makes them look so pretty.

Q said...

Dear Chris,
I thought of you while I watched the moon rise. Hope you and your family are doing well.
Many blessings,
Happy Full Moon!
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Cheryl,
Such a beautiful imagine I had of the full moon drifting through your old Oak tree. Ahhh...
Blessings dear friend.
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Lisa,
I too enjoy taking pictures of the Full Moon. To do so I put the camera on the tripod and use aperture priority. I like to see the shadows of the craters on the moon in my pictures. To get them I zoom out as far as possible, for me that is 500x, use a large aperture and a fast lens speed. Over expousure is the main problem since the moon is so bright. I do a bracketing and take maybe 10 pictures at different settings. I choose the pictures I like the best. I did not take pictures last night since I have lots of Full Moon pictures.
I bet she was gorgeous with the clouds.
Keep trying. She will be "fullish" again tonight.
Sherry

Barbara said...

What a lovely idea "full strawberry moon! In summer I usually watch full moon too, but unfortunately we couldn't see it because of all the clouds in the sky. However, today I'll probably see the moon...but it isn't the same!

Q said...

Dear Barbara,
I so enjoy moon lore. I use the American Indian full moon names. Just beginning to learn the names from other parts of the world.
Happy Full Moon!
Sherry