Three Bands of Light The faint light extending up from the horizon just below centre of this photo is known as zodiacal light, caused by sunlight scattering from cosmic dust in the plane of our Earth’s orbit. A second band of light can be seen at the.
We see it all the time, but I can never get over how beautiful the moon is set in a sky of twinkling stars. I remember how excited I was when I saw the moon through my little telescope when I was. It was just so beautiful.
That liquid, pure, starry sky ♥ looks like diamonds softly shinning on the water. This reminds me of laying out on the trampoline back when I was a kid, looking up in the sky at night. Yes I'm a country girl!