A few weeks ago Terry and I went camping at Fort Supply Lake in Oklahoma. Our nephew, Paul camped in the next space in his classic RV. We were blessed with the appearance of a beautiful harvest moon.
It moved up the night sky in beauty. When it appeared to be at its largest, the reflection in the water was smaller. As it rose and became smaller, the water lit up with more and more reflection. Paul had binoculars with him that he shared with us.
I looked through them thinking that it would be interesting to see up close. I wasn't prepared for the beauty I actually saw through the glass. It seemed majical. The wind was brisk and the water had a lot of movement. The moonlight danced with the wind.
I've even dreamed of the sight in nights since the campout. It doesn't take much to be impressed with the beauty of our world. I'm glad I took the opportunity to examine it.