Honey Moon

Last night was the rise and this morning was the setting of the Honey Moon. It’s been over a hundred years since a human has laid eyes on this extra-beautiful phenomenon.

Here in Greece there was a small window of opportunity to see this amber beauty,  as full phase was at 12:13am in Eastern North America.

Moon set in Greece was at 6:24am and sunrise at 6:05am.

June 12th: Looking toward Athens, Moon rise at 8:04pm

June 13th: Moon beginning to set over Corinth at 5:50am

The sky brightens and we have just a few moments¬† to catch the Honey Moon’s amber glow –

– before fading away into young daylight.

Looking back toward Athens: The sun returns.

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