Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Worm Moon

Tonight's full Moon has a special name--the Worm Moon. It signals the coming of northern spring, a thawing of the soil, and the first stirrings of earthworms in long-dormant gardens. Step outside tonight and behold the wakening landscape. "Worm moonlight" is prettier than it sounds.
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1 comment:

  1. The moon look abnormally huge and yellow...I watched it rise over the Rincons from Marana...arresting!!! I love TUCSON!


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