The moon brings a unique quality of light: soft defiance, subtle power, radiant presence, consistent rhythm, and explorations in shadow + fullness.

The moon reminds us that there is rhythm we can depend on and light we can receive -- even in the dead of night.

There are times when the moonlight is absent from view, but it always comes back around.

And when it does, it demands that we bask in its fullness.

Where are the openings + breaks in the shadows where the light gets in? How might you fully absorb the light that's present now?