I took this photo earlier this morning just before the moon set, and just after sunrise. For a brief while, both were in the sky with the sun in the east and the moon in the west. Already, the moon is losing its clarity which I had witnessed an hour earlier. I was glad that the position of the moon allowed me to get a prairie scene at the same time. Photos of the moon high in the sky, though beautiful, don’t give a sense of place.
I have selected about two-thirds of the photos needed for my SoFoBoMo project and have finally decided on format for their presentation. Rather than longish posts with each photo (in essence, what I do on this blog site), I am selecting quotes for each photo chosen for the project. Of course CG Jung will be front and centre, but I do expect to use other Jungians as well as quoting myself for a few of the photos, quotes taken from this blog site.
In the past few days I have taken quite a few photos of the moon including about seventy-five this morning. As I work on the project, I see larger work hiding in the background, one that seemingly wants to tell a story. I am not sure what the story is at this point, but I do sense that it will be quite different from how I write here. It is almost as if there is a task being presented, one in which I am to speak for myself and not rely on CGJ or any other author. Whatever the task, I don’t imagine it will take away from this blog site which is becoming my “real” voice being sent out into the ether for others.