Je peux dir que sont tres jolieVery fine blog and photosAgapitos from Greecehttp://aeromodelling-agapitos.blogspot
i have no rules. i just wait and see.
Yes! My mathematician father was constantly coming up with mnemonics for these things! For the moon, it's either a capital C or a capital D. If you are thinking New Moon first (waxing) or Waning Moon, the order is *the opposite* of the order of the letters in the alphabet (that is, in this case, C comes AFTER D). So if the moon looks like a C, or is about to look like a C, then it's an old or waning moon. Other people find this mnemonic hard to grasp, but once you've got it, you never forget. I have never found another mnemonic for this - maybe someone else has a better one. Nice photo, Eva!
o gosh, I could never remember that!We have a rule in German, a round written "a" for "abnehmend", waning, and an old German "z" which starts with a crescent open to the left side, this is "zunehmend", waxing.
my sister-in-law once shared that the moon is shaped like the letter 'b' when it is waxing or 'born' and like the letter 'd' when it is waning or dying. that helps me.xo
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