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It’s All about the Moon!

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Moon over Ventura Pier

My moon shot over the Ventura Pier

We headed out to the Ventura promenade the night before the super moon night to check out good photo positions. I know there are tons of photos of the moon over water in a stock gallery but I wanted one of my own! And I wanted one that was orange and big! We have many great photographers in Ventura.  I consider myself a wannabe!

I’ve lived here for close to 32 years. I’ve been to the ocean, listened to the surf, photographed it in its’ many moods at many times of the day. Somehow I missed one thing. I’ve never been at the promenade near a full moon. Well, at least not at the rocky section of the promenade. I’ve known we have a lot of rocks and boulders in Ventura. Our house is on an ancient river bed and we can get some pretty massive boulders when we start digging in our yard. We found some massive ones when we began putting in a vegetable garden.

When Ron began working on the vegetable garden, he saw a rock that needed to be dug out. He dug and dug and dug and dug and dug some more. That “little rock” turned out to be a huge boulder that had to be leveraged out of the garden area! So I know Ventura has some rocks along with the hardscape, gardens, beaches and sand!

I’ve also seen the rocks at the shore. However along the promenade, the rocks line the walkway wall along the beach. Again, it never really registered. Until tonight. You see the full moon results in a nice high tide. A lot of the beach was under the water. And the waves were crashing onto the closest things: the rocks lining the promenade wall.

Clouds along the horizon delayed the viewing. I’d been listening to the waves crashing, a sound I love. This area still had some sandy beach. We decided to walk along the promenade to investigate a better perspective. Soon I heard a sound I’d not heard before. It sounded like bubbles or bubbling or babbling and I loved it.  I stopped and asked Ron if he had heard it.

He said it was the ocean moving the rocks. I was mesmerized. I had to record the sound. I just loved it and couldn’t get enough of it. Sometimes it sounded like there was a undercurrent of thunder under the waves!   The next night I got my moon shots, one of which I shared above for you.

Have a listen.

Have you ever heard this before? How do you like it?

Julieanne Case came from a left brained world, having been a computer programmer who worked on the Apollo missions and, due to circumstances orchestrated by the universe, joined the growing ranks of the right brained world starting in 2001. She became an energy healing practitioner in 2004 and has studied various techniques. She is a Reconnective Healing Pracitioner, a painter, and a blogger. She assists you in reconnecting to your original blueprint, your essence, your joy and your well being! ©Copyright Julieanne Case 2012
  • Helen

    great photo and video!  Thanks!

  • Helen

    great photo and video!  Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/TonyaSheridan Tonya Sheridan

    Gorgeous photo Julieanne! I love the beauty of the moon framed by the deep blue of the night sky.

    • http://julieannecasefromtheheart.com Julieanne Case

      Thank you so much!  Yes, I could have sat for some time just staring at it. But the sound of the ocean on the rocks just enthralled me!

  • http://www.danimagestro.com/ Dani M

    WOW Gorgeous photo Julieanne! 

  • http://www.facebook.com/sue.bock Sue Bock

    Cool Julieanne.  Love the sound.  I am uncertain if I’ve heard it before.  Love the photo of the supermoon.  We live in very interesting times.

    Sue Bock
    http://couragetoadventurecoaching.wordpress.com

    • http://julieannecasefromtheheart.com Julieanne Case

      We sure do live in interesting times, @facebook-1424820328:disqus .  I don’t remember hearing the rocks like that. It was great fun watching it too. Once I saw a rock get catapulted towards the wall.  There is that wonderful musical quality to the sound of the rocks. At times I felt I was listening to thunder under the waves. And I love the sound of thunder too.

  • http://twitter.com/AtticusUncensor Atticus Uncensored

    Love the sound of the ocean moving rocks!!  I listened to it/watched it a couple of times… it lulls me into a happy place :)

    Your photographs of the super moon are Extraordinary!!  The one here is the blog is gorgeous and I especially love the one you posted on Facebook.  You are a very talented photographer, Julieanne!

    Heidi & Atticus
    http://www.atticusuncensored.com
    “commentary to give you paws…”

    • http://julieannecasefromtheheart.com Julieanne Case

      I understand what you mean about it lulling you. I may put it on my ipod and use it from time to time!   Thank you for the compliments. Luckily I know photoshop quite well so if it’s not exactly perfect I can get some help! But it’s all creative and I love that part of it.

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