Waxing Gibbous Serenity Above the Prairie

Tonight, the full moon was expected to rise around 8:30, but last night, when the move made itself known, it was a little before 7:30.   Friday, then, was my choice with these photos taken on some wonderful bits of prairie land north and east of Granger, Texas.  The opening photo is my favorite, but since the skies turned that nice shade of blue in short order, one of those is included as well. Bird people, are those starlings?   If you need a lunar lesson, what you see here is a Waxing Gibbous moon, 99.5% full, close enough.  

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