As there is a full moon today, I thought it was a good time to post the fourth in the series of lovely photographs of the moon sent to me by James C Wallace II. The first three pictures showed a bare tree with the moon behind it, a crescent moon and a partial lunar eclipse.
This picture is called Blue Moon. Blue moons are considered to be rare - and beautiful - events. However, there is some disagreement over the actual definition of a blue moon. The most common idea is that whenever there is a second full moon in a single month, it is called a blue moon. That next happens in August 2012.
To read about other definitions of a blue moon, look at my post on the blue moon that took place last New Year's Eve.
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