We have had a series of hazy nights. While everyone else was getting glorious sharp pictures of the super  moon, I got an enchanted, hazy moon that peeked at me from between the branches of an oak tree.

It was bright, but it was not clear. And yet … I rather like it. It was a very sensual moon in a soft, dark sky.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.


  1. I feel like i’m getting more and more hazy and blurry than clear and sharp these days… not that there’s anything wrong with that! 😉 well… not all that much wrong with that! 🙂

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      1. Not familiar enough with North Atlantic/high latitude weather patterns to say, but high air humidity plus cooling night air equals condensation just about most places i reckon?


        1. Here, it’s time of year. Winter — if it isn’t snowing — you get very clear skies. Sometime in early summer, too. But the rest of the year, anywhere along the coast, it tends to be hazy. Maybe it’s the ocean.


    1. It’s lovely. Not what I was trying to shoot, but lovely anyhow. I tried three nights running to get the full moon, but two nights, it was so hazy, there wasn’t any to shoot — and this one, that was as good as it got. Funny, because it was clear all day.

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