As the Moon orbits the Earth, its relative position with the Sun and Earth light the surface of the Moon, giving the impression of the Moon growing or shrinking. This is generally divided into four phases, the growing or waxing phase, the shrinking or waning phase, the full Moon and the dark or New Moon. Some systems add more phases to this model.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Nathan M. Hall, author of the new Path of the Moonlit Hedge.
The lowly mushroom is experiencing a celebrity moment lately.
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