Daylight Moon

The Moon is about 384,400 kilometres (250,000 miles) from Earth.

On Earth, sunlight disseminates around in the air and makes the sky look bright blue. During the day the stars are still there, just hard to see. The earth tilts on an axis, and travels around the sun and at the same time, the moon is going around the earth.  The best times to look at the moon during the daylight hours is during the first and last quarter of the moon’s cycle, when the moon is 90° away from the sun.

On a bright day last week I looked to the sky to see the familiar curve of the moon during the daytime…in the campo.

Go see other interpretations of “curve” in the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.

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