Welcome to another Monday Muse.
Today’s blog is going to be short and sweet. Words cannot describe or define the awesomeness or magnitude of space. I consider myself lucky that on a clear night I can step outside, look up at the sky and immediately be awed by the sheer number of stars that fill the sky. There are more pinpricks of light than there is the blue-black of sky.
Space fascinates us. Stars, planets, the moon, other galaxies, alien life…. Who knows for sure what is out there?
So, coupled with our imaginations, the sheer vastness of space is an excellent starting point for todays muse.
Use the word ‘supermoon’ as your starter
the image of a lunar eclipse below.
If you’re interested in seeing more images from the recent lunar eclipse check out the links below.
Happy creating everyone,
- Partial Lunar Eclipse Monday – During a “Supermoon” (news.nationalgeographic.com)
- In the Shadow of the Moon: A Lunar View of an Eclipse (universetoday.com)
- A solar eclipse – as viewed from the Moon (planetary.org)
- Five best things to see during a lunar eclipse, from the moon (earthsky.org)
Photo courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos