Halo around the Moon

Did anyone, apart from Laura Stranack, Jamie Sturgess and myself, see the Halo around the Moon on Wednesday 28th March 2018? Laura and I had finished our meditation and we were walking back to the house from the Healing Cabin, when we saw the beautiful sight.

According to The Daily Mail, the spectacle is caused by ice crystals in the atmosphere, specifically when thin cirrus or cirrostratus clouds are present at an altitude of about 20,000 feet (6,100 metres). To us it appeared like a portal.

My camera isn’t man enough to take night photos, so the one in the Daily Mail, sort of describes what we saw. Let’s hope we have a clear sky tomorrow night when we have the last Blue Moon of 2018. If we miss it, we’ll have to wait until 2020 for the next one.

Blessed Be