A Cycle Of The Moon – In Picture

The following photos were taken, each night, throughout an entire cycle of the Moon.

 

First sight of the cycle - Waxing Moon at 6% visible
First sight of the cycle – Waxing Moon at 6% visible. Not the best sot, as I was in a hurry to take the shot before the moon set. This is why it is red, it was right on the western horizon.
Waxing Moon at 9% visibility
Waxing Moon at 9% visibility
Waxing 12%
Waxing 12%
Waxing at 20%
Waxing at 20%
Waxing at 29%
Waxing at 29%
Waxing at 39%
Waxing at 39%
First Quarter Moon at 50%
First Quarter Moon at 50%
First Quarter at 58%
First Quarter at 58%
Waxing at 68%
Waxing at 68%
75% waxing moon
75% waxing moon
Waxing at 84%
Waxing at 84%
90% waxing
90% waxing
Waxing at 95% . Was lucky to get this shot, as it was very cloudy this night
Waxing at 95% . Was lucky to get this shot, as it was very cloudy this night
Full Moon at 98%
Full Moon at 98%
The cycle at it's peak - 100% Full Moon
The cycle at its peak – 100% Full Moon
Full Moon at 99%
Full Moon at 99%
Waning moon at 97%
Waning moon at 97%
Waning moon at 92%
Waning moon at 92%
85% Waning
85% Waning
74% waning
74% waning
Waning at 67%
Waning at 67%
Waning at 42%. Missed the previous night, as it was raining.
Waning at 42%. Missed the previous night, as it was raining.
31% waning moon
31% waning moon
Waning 24%
Waning 24%
Waning at 7% and the last night of visibility before the Dark Moon
Waning at 7% and the last night of visibility before the Dark Moon

 

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