Tuesday, November 15, 2016


Yesterday at Edgewater Park Cleveland before sunset
Well, sunset they were not interested; it was for moonrise. Full moon rise at 5:44 pm. A long line of photographers, many with tripods wait on the ridge over the shore, and below them a few more on a lower ridge.
This Cleveland sign has been very poplar with people and cameras. For a couple of hours, they turned their backs on it.
It was cloudy, and the most visible the moon was about 5:56. It was blocked by Cleveland's tallest building. All the people were like the cartoon Linus Van Pelt waiting for the Great Pumpkin. The people may not have been sincere enough, beyond this moment it was even less visible as the clouds were a wall thick enough to obscure.

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