Moon rise on Good Friday

Moon rise on Good Friday

Moon rise on Good Friday
Moon rise

As the sun sets on another glorious autumn day,

the moon starts to rise over Tumbarumba.

Through the changing colours of the leaves,

the almost full moon slowly rises higher into the sky.

The sky changes colour and slowly gives way to darkness.

Enjoy your Easter break wherever you are in the world.

Deb xx

PS. This just happens to be my 1000th published post on my blog and what better way to celebrate than with a gorgeous moon rise 🙂

Yay! I've reached 1000 posts
Yay! I’ve reached 1000 posts

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20 Replies to “Moon rise on Good Friday”

  1. Congratulations on your 1000th post, Debbie!! That is definitely worth celebrating! I have been blogging for 2 years and 3 months and have just published my 181st post. I can’t imagine ever reaching 1000…then again, there was a time when I couldn’t imagine reaching 100! Well done!!

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  2. Wow to this photo and to 1000 post Debbie! If you are having these beautiful autumn shades then surely we should be having some hints of green? Still white hear so i will enjoy your lovely change of colours instead.

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    1. Really still snow around?? I love autumn weather here and I’m sure I’ll be posting more colourful shots before the end of it! Thanks Sue, I’m so fortunate to have found this blogging community and I enjoy it so much. X

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  3. Congrats on your 1000th post! I have no idea how many I’ve made, but I’m pretty sure it’s well south of your number. Funny, after all the Easters that have occurred in my 62 years, I just learned that the date is determined by the first full moon after the Vernal Equinox. Who knew (obviously not me 🙂 )?

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