Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Cold Moon






I almost forgot! Last weekend was the Full Cold Moon. This month's name is self explanatory. It seems that every time I snap the moon, it has more and more craters. Turns out it is being crashed into thousands, maybe millions of times. Our earth can recover from craters, but the moon cannot because it has no atmosphere. So each crater is there forever, never to be covered up or healed.

“What a Day that will be! No more cold nights—in fact, no more nights! The Day is coming—the timing is God’s—when it will be continuous day.”
Zechariah 14

17 comments:

Ruth Kelly said...

In his time.

Linda said...

In His time indeed, like Ruth said. Love this, Ginny!

Nancy Chan said...

Beautiful pictures. Thank you for reminding us of His timing. I pray that we all will be ready when His time comes.

DeniseinVA said...

Wow Ginny, your moon shots are spectacular. Very interesting facts also.

Tamago said...

Wow, what beautiful moon photos!
Didn't know about the craters. Very interesting!

Sandra said...

fianlly a moon named what it is perfectly. cold is true, we are cold here, 50 tody and high of 60 which is cold for us.. did not know the moon is being bombarded.

Shug said...

Isn't it fascinating? I enjoy all of your interesting facts that you post...I am extremely thankful for God's Perfect timing....Enjoy the day!!

EG CameraGirl said...

You take great photos of the moon, Ginny!

Melanie said...

Those are some neat pictures. You must have a really strong zoom on your camera! God's got it all in control! No worries. :-)

Chris Scheuer said...

I didn't know about the cold moon. It's so beautiful but even more beautiful to think of eternity with no nights!

Ruth Hiebert said...

More great moon shots and such a wonderful verse to go with it.

Betsy Adams said...

I needed this today... I am so impatient --while dealing with this horrible pain.. I need to be PATIENT and remember that EVERYTHING is ALL in God's TIME --not mine.

Hugs,
Betsy

Catherine said...

Dear Ginny, Magnificent photos. xo Catherine

Ann Thompson said...

you always get the most amazing shots of the moon

wildlifewatcher said...

Hi Ginny, Oh so glorious! Have a tremendously nice Friday tomorrow!

SquirrelQueen said...

Brr, it does look very cold. We had cold weather last week but yesterday we set a new record high for our area, it hit 71 degrees. But the warm weather also brought really high winds.

I love your shots of the moon.

reana claire said...

Awesome..its like there are crystalites on the moon... :)