Last April's Full Moon shines through high clouds near the horizon, casting shadows in this garden-at-night skyscape


Explanation:

Last April’s Full Moon shines
through high clouds
near the horizon,
casting shadows in this garden-at-night skyscape.

Along with canine sentinel Sandy watching the garden gate,
the wide-angle snapshot also captured the
bright Moon’s
22 degree ice halo.

But June’s bright Full Moon will cast shadows too.

This month, the Moon’s
exact full phase occurs at 01:08 UTC June 22.

That’s a mere 28 hours or so after
today’s June solstice
(at 20:51 UTC June 20), the moment when the Sun reaches
its maximum northern declination.

Known to some as a Strawberry Moon, June’s Full Moon is
at its southernmost declination, and of course will create its own
22 degree halos
in hazy night skies.

Source: https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap240620.html

Sandy and the Moon Halo