I love these evenings, when the sky doesn't darken until much later than I'm used to at this time of year. We are much farther north than where I used to live, so the light is always much longer. Until the turnaround at the Summer Solstice, the sky will be lighter and lighter, later and later. That goes for the morning, too, lighter and lighter, earlier and earlier.
So here's a shot of the Cancer Moon. New Moon just happened, an eclipse no less, on Sunday. Not that you can see a New Moon, but now the edge of the Moon is creeping back into the sky.
Hey, I know someone with a Cancer Moon. Cool.
Meet you at it.