What’s that in the sky?

Pink Moon from Buckroe Beach, Virginia at 5 a.m.

It’s the Super Pink Moon and this morning I captured it. It’s the moon’s largest and brightest version of itself. And though not pink since it is traveling closer to the Earth it appears so. As this viewing occurs around the time of Phlox subulata, a pink wildflower native to eastern North America, it hails the name.

Enjoy.

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