The Moon’s Blue View

In the words of Astronaut William ‘Bill’ Anders:

We came all this way to explore the Moon, and the most important thing is that we discovered the Earth.

Earthrise – Taken by Apollo 8 crewmember Bill Anders on the morning of December 24, 1968. (Image Source)

Isn’t that view breathtaking?

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This is my next entry in my Blue Moon Squares as part of Becky’s ‘Blue’ Square in July photo challenge.


Something went terribly wrong yesterday, and I’m guttered over it.  My post that I worked so hard crafting was (mysteriously) posted with a published date of April 25 which just so happens to be the day I began to draft it.  

It is a post celebrating five years of blogging – something that happens Once in a Blue Moon.

Do take a minute to have a read.  I am pleased that Becky found it 🙂  

8 Replies to “The Moon’s Blue View”

  1. oh I have done that before . . so annoying when it happens. Glad you realised so quickly and managed to bring the post to everyone’s attention as such a great post. Loving today’s as well. A brilliant example of putting things into perspective!

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    1. It was/is a very annoying glitch. But as you said, at least I found it. And perspective is always welcome 😉

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