There is no denying our enchantment with the moon. It is romanticized and demonized. It makes hearts flutter and turns men into deadly beasts who howl at it. Any way you look at it you have to admit the sky would be a much lonelier and less interesting place without it. We have walked upon its surface and yet it still has a magical feel. These images capture that magical quality, portraying the moon in ways you may not have thought or seen before. Next time you look up, take a moment to appreciate the moon and its beauty.
“The devil’s in the moon for mischief; they Who call’d her chaste, methinks, began too soon Their nomenclature; there is not a day, The longest, not the twenty-first of June, Sees half the business in a wicked way, On which three single hours of moonshine smile– And then she looks so modest all the while!” – Lord Byron (George Gordon Noel Byron)