Tonight’s full Buck Moon was spectacular. It is also known as Dharma Day, Guru Moon, Hay Moon, Mead Moon, Rose Moon or Thunder Moon. Here is a video:
The restaurant I like is only doing takeout now. It’s hard to park there but they are so close I can walk. The path is straightforward, but there are no streetlights and I have to rely on motion sensor lights in people’s front yards to guide me so I don’t trip over anything. It’s always unsettling when the motion sensor lights go on before you are in their range.
Here is the very first episode of Night Roamers:
Never forget that, no matter how much darkness surrounds you, there is always light that can pierce through it. One small beacon of light can be seen in the darkest night. There may be bad in the world, but there also will always be good.
Took a late walk yesterday and saw this. Strange how the landscaping looks like a monster about to attack the house. The little bit of light only shows a small shard of what is actually there in the dark and sometimes it is more upsetting than reality.
What is it about the full moon that entrances people? Why is it that madness is referred to as lunacy? The full moon is a beautiful thing and shines over us while we dream. Is it possible that our dreams become wilder or more tangible with the fullness of the moon cycle? I believe they do.
These path lights are helpful so you don’t trip over something and fall and break your neck in the dark, but they also leave layers of darkness in the air. Outside of those pools, anything can lurk and, whatever those creatures may be, they have a good view of your actions from their own pools of darkness.
When you can’t see what’s right in front of you, the threat can come from anywhere. Whatever is out there in the dark could strike when you least expect it. There’s nowhere to run if you don’t know where to run to and the all-enveloping darkness ensures that you can’t find your way to safety without the light.
The longest nights of the year are here. They will get shorter from this period onward, but the darkness always lingers for longer than you hope and that first ray of daylight is always just beyond reach.