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The moon is at her full, and riding high,
Floods the calm fields with light.
The airs that hover in the summer sky
Are all asleep tonight
~ William C. Bryant
In Costa Rica, they say that if you can see a 'halo' or ring around the night moon, you will get three or four days of slow but steady rain – and you can see a distinct halo in this first photograph.
This stunning pic comes from Bulgaria and shows an interesting contrast of colors: the black cliffs, the deep blue sea, and the lighter blue of the sky – not to mention the golden moon and its reflection.
In this situation, the white color of the moon is due to the fact that it is high enough in the sky to be clear of atmospheric interference.
The small break in the clouds seen here makes this an amazing shot. The picture was taken with a long exposure on Eilean Donan in Loch Duich, Scotland.
The distance of the moon from Earth is an average of 238,857 miles, but because of its elliptical orbit, it can be further away or closer, depending on where it is in its orbit. This phenomenon means that the size of the full moon will vary from one month to the next. You can see in these pictures that some seem much larger, while others are smaller at approximately the same heights
This beautiful shot shows the moon above a thin line of clouds shining onto a lake. The photograph was taken at Kew-Balmy Beach, Toronto, Canada.
The atmosphere gives the moon a hazy look in this picture. It is low enough that it has a red haze around it – because the blue is scattered away in the atmosphere. Yet even when there is no haze, you will find the moon redder when it is low in the sky (for the reasons stated above). When the moon is up high in the sky, on the other hand, the atmosphere doesn't obscure it as much and it turns yellow. The same thing happens with the Sun when it is rising as well.
This photograph was taken in Korea at a Full Moon Festival. The light of the fire and the smoke gives the stars a golden hue, and they stand out with the moon as if they were its offspring.
The moon is the fifth largest satellite in our solar system and the Earth's only natural satellite, measuring at one quarter of the size of our planet.
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