Happy Halloween !
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Hope you’re all well!
I always been fascinated by the moon. If you perform just minor research of the moon, you’ll find many verified anomalies. For example – Only one side of the moon faces the Earth, throughout its rotation; The orbital distance of the moon from the Earth and Sun and its effects on eclipses; The Moon’s effects on Earth tides and the creation of life, just to name a few.
If you’re interested, there are many theories in books and posted on the Internet. I’ve listed a few that you could start with below. But be careful, there is alot of lunacy out there ! lol
If you’re interested in reading the book, the link is below. It’s a very interesting and thought provoking read.
Who Built the Moon? by Christopher Knight and Alan Butler
Le Voyage Dans la Lun (A Trip to the Moon) by Georges Méliès (1902)
I hope you’re all well!
I visited the Park in the summer, on one very hot and hazy day. It’s about 30 miles west of Boston. As you can see, it’s an extremely beautiful place with a multitude of things to do. I can’t believe I waited this long to visit.
I shot these images with a Canon 6D mkII and a Canon 20mm f2.8 lens.
Let’s take a stroll through.
The Blackstone River features 1000 acres of natural park, filled with trails and historical sites. The park also has biking, horseback riding, canoe access, fishing, hunting, picnic areas and more.