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Full moon in the Palm Beaches: More than once in a Blue Moon

Watching the moonrise in the Palm Beaches is a breathtaking experience, a moment of beauty and tranquility that can be truly awe-inspiring.

There is something visually striking about a full moon in the Palm Beaches. In the night sky, its bright and luminous appearance can be quite captivating. Those who see it might be captivated by its beauty and find it soothing and enchanting.

In Palm Beach County, there are several popular places where people often gather to observe the full moon due to their scenic views, waterfront locations, and accessibility. One of them is the town of Palm Beach. The beach provides unobstructed views of the horizon and the moonrise over the ocean.

Every month, locals and visitors flock to witness the full moon – a view worth making it to the beach for. This is often due to associated myths, legends, and rituals in various cultures, each with their own unique interpretation. But the fact of the matter is that watching the moonrise in the Palm Beaches is a breathtaking experience because it is a moment of beauty and tranquility that can be truly awe-inspiring. The sight of the moon slowly rising over the horizon, casting a soft glow over the waves and the sand, can be both peaceful and exhilarating at the same time. It is a reminder of the beauty of nature and the endless wonder of the universe.

People viewing the blue moon in the town of Palm Beach, August 30, 2023. (Photo Pedro Penalver)

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