As the famous phrase says : “Once in a Blue Moon” – so what is this Blue Moon. Blue Moon is a phenomenon as explained by science –
Full moons occur every 29.5 days on average, when the moon is directly opposite the sun from the perspective of Earth. This causes its whole disk to be fully illuminated as a large, bright circle. Usually, when the moon is full, it passes either above or below Earth’s shadow, but sometimes, when it is perfectly aligned, it travels right through the shadow, causing a lunar eclipse, when its disk is dark.
Blue Moons don’t happen too often, which is why the phrase “once in a Blue Moon,” has sprung up to mean only very rarely. After Tuesday’s event, the next Blue Moon isn’t set to occur until 2015.
Thank you 🙂
I must thank the nature 🙂 for giving us more than we can return to it.
Are not we part of nature ourselves? 😉
Too tiny to contribute to its good use. We are destructor of this planet and the nature too. 😀
True. That’s the paradox – we are part of nature, which is destroying the nature and thus ourselves 😦
Even being true to ourself is a challenge these days 😦
We kill everything 😦 – And we all contribute to it in every way, the worst part – which none of us wants to control.
Aahh !! Life
Ohhhh ! so till 2015 …..hmmm…well beautiful picture
Till next time then 🙂
Gorgeous capture of a small piece of the Universe in which we are a merely a speck in.
So True … 🙂
Beautiful Mani, truly beautiful!
hey hey, thank you Ute 🙂
Lets catch next one together.
Great idea, I put it in my diary! 🙂
Sexy moon, kya karein – chaand ke rang haseen.
Ji, sachee 🙂
It’s perfect full moon, great shot. Thank you for the info!
Thank you Amy 🙂