Last Monday, my 56th birthday, Rob and I were on Dusky Dolphin, anchored at Woodman Point with several other yachts. An eclipse of the full moon was scheduled for 6:30am, so of course we were up early to see it!
At 6 the glowing gold/silver orb was setting into the shimmering mauve/blue of the western horizon. Then it was less of a circle, then even less, then even less, until we could see nothing of the moon by the time it reached the now-pink horizon.
What an amazing gift to share with Rob:-)