The moon orbits the earth in just under 28 days (27.32). A celestial object that has inspired many myths and stories 🙂
To name but a tiny fraction of these:
- The myth of the Werewolf.
- Mayan Moon Goddesses.
- The Greek goddess Artemis was the goddess of the Moon.
- H.G. Wells and his novel The First Men in the Moon.
- Hergé’s Destination Moon and Explorers on the Moon – Tintin becomes the first man to explore the moon
- Georges Méliès (writer/director) – Le Voyage dans la Lune (1902)
As well as creative writing, I am also keen on photography and videography and this photo of the moon was taken from my back garden one night with a clear sky and an awe-inspiring moon.
This post is in response to Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (aka, FOWC).