Well, it seems like we have had some crazy weather every full moon for months now! I know I can still practice even if I can’t see the moon, but I was really looking forward to sipping an adult beverage at the fire pit tonight and moon gazing!
Instead, I watched this glorious storm roll in! It was beautiful! I love gorgeous summer stones!
Oh how beautiful. Weather here, is typical grey, bit of rain, still the heats gone for awhile so I’m grateful. That sky though, wow.
Omg last night here was intense. The storm sounded like howls it was so loud. I def loved it though
We had a storm the night before, but remained completely cloud covered. I could see the light from the moon in the clouds, but not the moon itself. I went out a couple of times to try to see it.
Watching a storm come through is always a site too. We can see when its light by us but over the ocean is black clouds moving our way. I should share the pictures when I can when it looks like that on my daily drives along the coast!
I couldn’t get my live picture to work, so I made it a video! The lightning was beautiful!
Wow Ailey that is very cool. I charged some water last night, but did not set out in a closed jar and the wind/storm flipped over my container, so no water for me, lol. I suppose next month is coming soon enough! Xo
Very cool little video there! I love looking at clouds. I even love thunderstorms as long as the power doesn’t go out. LOL!
Oh wow, those are beautiful pictures thank you so much for sharing them. They look like scary clouds, but I bet they’re even more beautiful in person!
Scary but beautiful!
We had a huge downpour with high winds the other evening. When the clouds cleared, I could see the Buck Moon shining brightly behind the dark clouds. When the clouds cleared more, the moon was something else. You could tell that Our Lady was closer to the earth.
Yesss we have been h ing some amazing beautiful yet ferocious storms. I feel so charged in it.
@Jessica_Zee There is definitely no energy quite like a storm!
Such a lovely view of the storms.