I went impromptu adventuring last weekend, chasing weather with my camera.
You’d expect to see some evidence of that here.
And you will.
But early this morning I was standing in my own yard, because I failed to plan a better location.
Shivering, feet and fingers cold for the first time this season, the moon seemed stubbornly slow to work through the phases of it’s eclipse.
But then the moon smiled at me, blushing pink, and I realized what a wonderful thing it is,
to be able to stand in my backyard on a cold morning, and watch the moon turn red.
And, suddenly, I wasn’t impatient any more.