Thursday, May 28, 2020
Nature Moon Over Aurora ON, Though Not a Full Moon

Moon Over Aurora ON, Though Not a Full Moon

Moon over Aurora though not a full moon tonight. The Moon, a natural Earth satellite, that shines over us at night and during the day not because it emits light but reflects. There was nothing special about tonight’s moon but it was bright enough and tempting enough to photograph.

Sometimes this blog needs a little reflection and tonight I guess it took the moon to set the mood for a quick update on the Living in Aurora blog. First, I want to thank all the Living in Aurora readers, supporters and followers on social media. Our readership since the beginning of 2018 has gone up a lot. We have also updated to a newer theme just to keep up with the latest Internet standards, especially to be compatible with tablets and mobile devices. A lot more content is coming in the future. Definitely, with a lot of photographic history of Aurora, municipal elections on the horizon, and much more. I want to also emphasize that submissions, tips and recommendations are always welcome.

Note, according to my first released title yesterday, Moon Over Aurora ON, Though Not a Full Moon Yet, I would have to wait a month for the next full moon. [smile]

Anna Lozyk Romeo
Aurora, ON

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