It is a long day, is Friday. From start to finish, a long day. It means an early start, that means a crowded train and that means, depending on a range of factors, I usually stand for 22 of the 23 stations I travel. That's about forty minutes. It kind of sets the mood for the day, and that is not necessarily a good thing.
But once the last student had left and I completed the paperwork for the day and I returned from the gym (where today I opted for the massage chair over the treadmill, yes I can so I did), the moon rose above the clouds...
|Through the branches|
|And the clouds|
|Over the fake French village|
|At a distance|
|Above the clouds|
And although I didn't have the right camera with me, it is still just nice and a reality check on life to see the moon rise. It reminds us of the bigger things when standing on a train for forty minutes can shade your day.
[Camera : Lumix TZ-85, 7.57pm-8.04pm; 9 June 2017]