Winter Solstice means an early moon, too

A short day for the Winter Solstice mean a long night.

And an early moon.

As cherished rescue mutt Ellie B and I walked the blocks around A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville, we encountered the moon’s arrival.

There she shines.

The full glow of the sphere is about one-third on the way from the left edge of the photo, to the right of the wispy cloud trail. The time stamp is 4:28 p.m.

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