A few nights ago I was milking the goats, and aside from the glowing orbs of light on the front of the excursion which we fondly call headlights, and the lantern (which sits inside the trailer for the entirety of the milking time), it was completely pitch black out.
There was not a cloud in the sky, and I could see the stars very, very clearly.
I thought immediately of a famous quote, which somewhat explained the deep, utter amazement I felt:
For I have loved the stars too fondly, to be fearful of the night.
-- Galileo Galilei
Have a wonderful day, folks.