D. Des Chene (goclenius) wrote,
D. Des Chene


The full Moon, fifteen degrees above the horizon, its cold light diffused by thin clouds into a corona of four moon-diameters around it, & then a strip of cloud, black by contrast, moves downward across the disk, bisecting it, & for a moment it seems suspended between the clouds, no longer celestial—or is it that the heavens have swooped down to embrace the clouds?

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