for 76 years,
full moon the day after the Winter Solstice; this was
the monthly WWALS full moon paddle at Banks Lake.
Picture moon, 18:08:17, 31.0229025, -83.1065178
It was cold, but six of us got a paddle full of bats, moss, trees, sunset, full rising moon, and birds, including flocks of sand hill cranes.
Dylan Phillips, 17:28:04, 31.0386478, -83.0772416
Boaters, 17:31:33, 31.0267283, -83.0938965
Into the sunset, 17:47:39, 31.0223723, -83.0965361
Bird on stob
Moon higher with reflections, 18:11:50, 31.0383632, -83.0785834
Better exposure, 18:08:57, 31.0229025, -83.1065178
And Shirley Moonhead:
Moonhead Shirley, 18:14:40, 31.0386478, -83.0772416
Thanks to Shirley Kokidko for leading us on this expedition to the double moon.
Boat light, double moon, 18:30:47, 31.0273566, -83.1061174
The rest of this photoset:
Shirley Kokidko’s pictures
For more WWALS outings and events as they are posted, see the WWALS calendar or
WWALS outings and events web page.
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-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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