Friday, January 1, 2010

Blue Moon, Low Tide, Happy New Year

New Year's eve, we were down at the beach at 3:19PM, the low point of the lowest tide of the year in Laguna Beach:






Then, in the evening, watched the rise of the blue moon--the only time this year for the second full moon in the month. Out to dinner in the company of good friends and artists, and home and asleep in time to narrowly miss the turn of the year. Ah, well, it was 2010 just one time zone to the east.

Happy New Year, friends!

6 comments:

mandt said...

Ah George---you wonderful moon dog you! Peace, Mandt & the Bo Dog

robin andrea said...

I miss the tides, especially the low ones of the year, when you can walk forever. Must have been great to see that blue moon rise too. A lovely way to start the new year.

Roger and I always celebrate on east coast time. If it's a new year in New York, it's a new year! (That way we don't have to stay up until midnight!)

heartinsanfrancisco said...

I love Laguna Beach. We went there often when we lived in San Diego.

Happy New Year to you and Ellie, Peter, and of course to the little four-legged one.

PeterAtLarge said...

Thanks, all! George sends regards to that Bodhi boy! Robin, we generally do the same, watch the Times Square stuff, then off to bed. And Heart, thanks for the good wishes...

ray said...

Hi Peter,
Saw that Blue Moon very clearly from Santa Paula, it was sooooo gorgeous and inspiring. Wow! Loving your blog and look forward to the UC Irvine telecast. Stay strong my warrior brother.

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