Moonlight effect



The moon casts a gravitational net over the Earth, holding the planet with its phases and wrapping it in reflected sunlight. The moon affects ocean tides, influences human behaviour and marks life’s rhythms. During full moon, soil is moist and hair grows faster. If star constellations confuse me, the moon -with its reassuring light- is a steady point of reference on my imaginary and approximate astral map one where gravitational attractions as well as time, frictions and ancient black holes disappear.