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This is how to do a sunset.

This is how to do a sunset.

Seasons. Fall color.

Credit:
KUSA-TV

Seasons. Fall color.

Credit:
KUSA-TV

Full “Harvest” Moon. Last Supermoon of 2014. Grow fur and howl.

Full “Harvest” Moon. Last Supermoon of 2014. Grow fur and howl.

Sunset featured a Waxing Gibbous Moon, 68% illuminated. 

Apollo Program landing sites visible.

Astronaut footprints still up there.

Sunset featured a Waxing Gibbous Moon, 68% illuminated.

Apollo Program landing sites visible.

Astronaut footprints still up there.

I love a good moon. This is a beauty. First Quarter, 58% visible.

I love a good moon. This is a beauty. First Quarter, 58% visible.

One cloud for 1 Sept. 2014 sunset.

One cloud for 1 Sept. 2014 sunset.

August showers (and hail) bring September ________ .

Love summer storms.

Like daylight meteorites, incoming hail stones.

Like daylight meteorites, incoming hail stones.

Who torched the sky? Bonus: snowcapped Rocky Mountain peaks.

Lightning flashed behind me just as I clicked. Major jiggle. Still, cool International Space Station flyover. Thank you, astronauts.

Lightning flashed behind me just as I clicked. Major jiggle. Still, cool International Space Station flyover. Thank you, astronauts.

Rainbow, rain shaft, sunset, Pot O’ Gold?

Cool air pushing in. 70s by weekend. Fall like.

Source:
KMGH-TV @mikenelson247

Sunset. Yes, please come in.

Sunset. Yes, please come in.

Supermoon outshines my street lamp.

Supermoon outshines my street lamp.

Supermoon in hours. Grow fur and howl.
The closest and largest full moon of the year. Also the moon’s closest encounter with Earth in 2014. The moon will not be so close again until the full moon of Sept. 28, 2015.

Source:earthsky.org

Supermoon in hours. Grow fur and howl.

The closest and largest full moon of the year. Also the moon’s closest encounter with Earth in 2014. The moon will not be so close again until the full moon of Sept. 28, 2015.

Source:
earthsky.org