Windowpane Wednesday: Sundae’s View

Since he was a little boy, Marshall has enjoyed reading The Old Farmers Almanac, and it’s still one of my gifts to him each Christmas. One of the facts he shared with me from the almanac was that the Indians had a special name for each month’s full moon, and different Indian tribes used different names.  December’s was called the “Full Cold Moon” by the Mohawks and the “Long Night Moon” by the Mohicans.

Last night, that full moon was beautiful.

Sundae seemed to have a nice viewing spot.

Although I’ve taken down most of our Christmas decorations, the tree remains for right now.  One of Sundae’s favorite pastimes is lying under it. She makes an exception when there’s a full moon outside the window to see. (Thanks to Motor Man for suggesting this shot.)

Pretty, isn’t it, Sundae?

And this was the view from our deck.

Full COLD Moon was a fitting description. And let me just say that Sundae’s vantage point was much warmer than the one from the deck.

~These Days Of Mine~

7 responses to “Windowpane Wednesday: Sundae’s View

  1. Absolutely beautiful moon last night and this morning……Sundae thinks so too!


  2. Absolutely gorgeous photos. I think the one of Sundae by the tree in the full window would be a wonderful Christmas card.
    I agree with Marshall, I’m a big fan of The Old Farmers Almanac. I used their info as reference for my full cold moon photo too.
    Wishing you a beautiful day. Give Sundae a big hug for me. ❤

  3. AWESOME!!!
    AND love the Indian names for the moons.
    Especially partial to your Window Pane Wednesdays.
    Happy New Year to you and family!

  4. So neat! The moon was pretty spectacular. But that second shot of yours was spectacular too. I love it!

  5. Some of the best photos are made when all the aspects of the shot line up just right – tree, moon, and Sundae !!

  6. OK – I’m just saying – these are FANTASTIC Christmas card photos for next year! I LOVE them all! And it was a beautiful full moon – lit up my bedroom last night as well as the past few as it was waxing to full.

  7. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Amazing pictures of beautiful subjects.

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