Half moon hoists above the Point at evening.
The sea answers to the call of the moon.
Aglow in the sunset at yesterday’s low spring tide.
Moonrise to the southeast on a Maxfield Parrish evening.
A winter moon rises over weary young birches, huddled atop an overgrown West Leyden, MA hill farm.
From the top of a venerable sugar maple, a red tail watches the December meadow at Riverview Farm in East Putney.
Eastward from near 1340 Middle Road in Dummerston, VT, a full moon rises in the dusk over New Hampshire’s autumn hills. Living alongside the Connecticut River, which forms the watery divide between the two states, all of our moonrises begin over the Granite State.
The full moon is caught aloft in a dark lantern atop Hogback Mountain in Marlboro, Vermont on a cool spring night.
Luna sails clear of the eastern horizon; Wantastiquet’s flank dips south to the river under the last flare of the western sun.