Sunday Afternoon

Town bustle under a full Moon

Too many people, says quarantine rule

Now step out, tomorrow work, school

Good shopping deals are over, soon



One of Winter’s joys:

The familiar, huge celestial body,

Though the council deploys

A good lantern system for everybody


Full Moon

Make a wish?

Do it now, so they say

Anything you may accomplish

You may have your way


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The concept is relative

It may be related to the Sun, the Moon

With a final choice we live

It defines the concept ‘soon’



Anybody seen it this weekend?
Here, it was covered behind clouds
Another cycle seemingly without end
In this universe with its endless crowds


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So you’re also a moon lover… the Moon is witness to our earthly ramblings, maybe that’s part of it. The Van Morrison video is great. Thanks, @D

allaboutlemon-All Around, In, And Out Of My Own Universe

adollyciousironyFly Me To The Moon

 Madame de Luna


 fra-froa Pale Moon

Love Bytes On Air La Luna

 Can’t Fight The Moonlight

Guiguoz Cuisine Rocket To The Moon


Welcome To My Music Passion May Edition

Our Music Passion Tagger is Phil of Random Thoughts

And here is our theme for May Edition:

“No restrictions on genres or decades – if it has Moon in the title, it’s good to go.”

Here are some guidelines to follow:

  • Find our theme song
  • Post it in your blog.
  • Tell us something about it.
  • Your post title should be “Music Passion”
  • Always link your post with the Music Passion page.
  • Copy and paste Music Passion Logo on your side bar.
    On your widget area,    place the IMAGE widget on your sidebar and place All About Lemon Music Passion url image :

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Supermoon (almost) (via Tau Zero)

Supermoon (almost) Saturday is the night of the “supermoon” – a full moon when it is closest to earth.  Has not happened for 18 years.  (Thanks to Sean for the clarification!) I don’t know if we will have clear skies on Saturday so I decided to get a shot of the almost-supermoon tonight.  This was done with my Nikon D7000 camera, a tripod, and an 18-200mm zoom lens.  Settings were ISO 100, f/5.6, 1/125 second exposure. You can see a larger version by clicking or go … Read More

via Tau Zero