We May be Locked Down, Yet We Still Had a Super Moon

A Brief One by Doug Draper

Posted April 28th, 2021 on Niagara At Large

There isn’t much else we can do these days but look out the windows of our homes at a world that is more than a bit risky right now with more infectious variants of VOVID-19 floating around.

And if you looked out of your window the last couple of nights, or walked out on your yard, if you have one, up there is the sky was a super moon, unusually large looking in size because it is orbiting closer to our earth than usual.

The super moon fading away in the western skies in my neighbourhood in the early morning of April 28th. Photo by Doug Draper

I went out shortly before 6 a.m. this Wednesday April 28th to try to get one last picture of the super moon before it fell below the western horizon. As usual, my pictures of the moon and other bodies way out their beyond our planet never work out so well with the camera I have.

That didn’t stop me from humming the music of one of my favourite Tragically Hip songs, ‘Morning Moon’, which you can listen to here by clicking on the screen below.-

For more on the super moon this April, click on – https://www.ctvnews.ca/sci-tech/pink-supermoon-illuminates-sky-across-canada-and-it-s-not-done-yet-1.5404008 .

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