Again, it was pure serendipity. I was driving by a natural area on my way home last Sunday, August 10, when I just casually looked out my side window. The moon was mesmerizing. I did not have my camera with me, but I knew I needed to stop and capture the moment.
I parked my car along the road, got out and took these photos using my iPhone. I’m posting them just as they are, with no editing.
At 9:20 p.m.
Interesting, isn’t it? The sky seemed to have brightened as time passed.
Here’s the view as I turned around, the ‘opposite side’ of the evening sky:
Only after I got home and watched the news did I realize that was the Supermoon, the brightest celestial beauty we could see this summer. That night, the moon was up to 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter than a regular full moon.
And with this, I suddenly realized something … Serendipity is more likely to come to those who are uninformed. No wonder they say ignorance is bliss.
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