Once in a Blue Moon – Photography by Mel Ellison

South San Francisco, CA August 30, 2023

Moon in the ‘hood…… August 30, 2023

“Things don’t have purposes, as if the universe were a machine, where every part has a useful function. What’s the function of a galaxy? I don’t know if our life has a purpose and I don’t see that it matters. What does matter is that we’re a part. Like a thread in a cloth or a grass-blade in a field. It is and we are. What we do is like wind blowing on the grass.”― Ursula K. Le Guin, The Lathe of Heaven





Super Blue Moon coincidences are rare, with NASA saying that they occur on average once every decade. Despite this, a Super Blue Moon could happen twice within the same month, or there could be as long as two decades between one Super Blue Moon and the next.

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