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Sing a tune to the Blue Moon

by on August 20, 2013

eiffel-moon

A blue moon usually refers to those rare times when a second full moon occurs in one month, but tonight’s blue moon is a moon of a different nature–the third full moon in a four moon season. (Oi, who comes up with this stuff?) In the next 20 years you can expect about 15 blue moons, but there will be none in 2014 and 2017. And just in case you didn’t know, the moon is not actually blue.

Findery members have long been documenting their moon experiences. Clairexwelsh caught a full moon with her love at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, while Angela saw Jupiter, Venus and the moon together in a crisp Cincinnati sky, and nakahide snapped a bright, full Harvest moon in Kawasaki.

Get out there, people! Bring your full moon for show and tell; post a note on Findery.

Photo: clairexwelsh
Featuring notes by: clairexwelsh, angela, nakahide

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