Ryegrass Moon

Ryegrass Moon rising

Ryegrass Moon rising

winter wind, rain storm
heavy traffic, snowy roads
nothing stops the moon


About Karen (formerly kcinnova)

I'm a 50yo former SAHM of 4 boys, happily married for 28 years. For 21 of those years, he was a soldier in the US Army. I've lived in 4 states and traveled all over the US and part of Europe. Now that my husband is retired, we are in a new chapter of life: he is the one preparing supper and I am working part-time as a church administrator. I enjoy photography, writing, crafting, hiking, camping and --most of all-- family time with my incredible menfolk. "Girl time" with friends keeps me sane. Jesus keeps me grounded.
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8 Responses to Ryegrass Moon

  1. Now, explain what a rye grasss moon is! (Yes, I’m admitting my ignorance, while I enjoy the Picture.)

  2. Gorgeous photo. I can tell the moon is made of cheese, because it looks just a little bit like a mozzarella ball. Or maybe I’m just hungry.

  3. melissawest says:

    That’s some moon! I can never get a picture of one quite like that.

  4. Smalltown Me says:

    That’s a gorgeous vista in the daytime. It must be just magical to see the moon at night.

  5. thesmittenimage says:

    Lovely, Karen. And thanks for the explanation of Ryegrass.. I was wondering also. :)

  6. Joanne says:

    This is really pretty but I have never heard of that term.

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