There is something about the moonlight! Its changing impact throughout the seasons is a wonder to behold, a peaceful moment at the end of days.
The cyclical nature of this celestial object has been traced for centuries.
On a late evening walk last night, I observed a waxing crescent in an orange shade unlike any other lunar crescent I had seen. It was beautiful and solitary in the night sky.
It seemed to be fitting for the timing of a long weekend that marks the “end” of summer for many, with the start of school on Tuesday.
It reminded me, too, be present in the moment, even with the waxing of the moon!
Have a great weekend, All!
- Recreate Galileo Galilei’s Lunar Journal (ronit18.wordpress.com)
- I listened to something new last night. (letitoutgirl.wordpress.com)
- Chinese Moon Probe Reaches New Deep Space Destination (rightways.wordpress.com)
- 45 Years Ago: How the 1st Photo of Earth From the Moon Happened (space.com)