"Shy, bizarre, erratic moon your coldness inspires poets and dreamers who stare at your magic and fake glow. Lying, inconsistent, pale moon, you hide yourself behind the perfect smile of a crescent or flaunt your silver face while enjoy creating tides that stir my soul. Dear, sweet, friendly moon, I've never found anything in this world so similar to" by Chiara Fersini
Picture by Paul Evans. Stunning images captured by a number of astrophotographers from Northern Ireland are set to go on display in Belfast.Photographs showing the city's lough at night, a full moon rising above Donaghadee lighthouse and a wolf moon - January's full moon - making its way past Harland and Wolff's Samson crane will form part of an exhibition at the Linen Hall Library next month.Images of Starlight show will be open August 2.