How The Supermoon Evolved

In the beginning, it existed like a tiny Lactobacillus casei Shirota strain.


Then it turned into a glowing worm in the dark sky.


Some time later, it evolved into a glow-in-the-dark jelly bean.


Finally, it looked like the sun setting at midnight.


It’s a bit frustrating to wait for a long time to capture a supermoon*β€”only to get a probiotic strain, a worm, a jelly bean, and a sun setting at midnight. As an excuse, I convinced myself I can catch it any time in the morning:


Good morning! πŸ˜‰


* I didn’t catch it in the evening of June 23. The sky over us was dilly-dallying whether to let the rain fall or the moon come out. This was taken the next day at 4:47 am. The egg yolk photo happened to be taken two days earlier. πŸ˜‰


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