Tonight’s offering are a Waxing Gibbous moon taken last night, then again this evening. Honestly, I can’t the difference, but last night’s version, which shows the dome of Granger’s old city hall building, plus an abandoned house on a county road, indicated the lunar delight was 99.1% visible, while tonight’s moon, the photos with the windmill, is listed as 100% visible. Tonight’s moon is also called a Strawberry Moon, not for any apparent coloration. but because June is the month wild strawberries begin to ripen. Other names include Rose Moon, Hot Moon and Mead Moon. Whatever you want to call it, it’s beautiful.