Joe and I are in KwaZulu Natal Province, in an area called the South Coast. We’re staying in a drafty cabin less than a mile from the Indian Ocean. The South Coast is known for sunshine and humid heat, but for the last few days it’s been rainy and downright cold.

We’ve been busy the last few days, working and traveling and dealing with family issues. Today was particularly exhausting. Joe and I were so emotionally drained this evening that we could hardly speak during dinner.

Then we walked outside and saw the moon.

The moon was full two days ago, but it was hidden by clouds until tonight.

We drove straight to the beach.

The moonlight combined perfectly with light from the street lamp behind us.

Then we took a short stroll on the sand.

As Forrest Gump once said, ‘That’s all I have to say, about that.’

Special thanks to Joe for his invaluable photography advice and editing on this post.

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