I had to try for these photos of the super moon tonight. I was surprised to see that the moon lit up a few of the holly berries where it shone through the leaves. You can see a bit of red on the berries.
After I came into the house again, I found out about this full moon in March being called a super moon. It has many other names, but one that I hadn’t heard before was a worm moon, named for the castings of earthworms making lumpy designs on the grass. When I zoomed in on the moon, I thought, yes, it does look like a bit of a minefield of earthworm “process.”
Tonight (Sunday), the moon looked full and beautiful, but the actual full moon is tomorrow, so you can still go looking for it on Monday night.
I wish you all a super day!