deafbat t1_jdths41 wrote

It looks great. The only thing that irks me is the sun appears to be on the left but the moon is showing a near lunar eclipse meaning the sun is behind the “photographer” and since the lunar eclipse is also highlighting the right hand side of the moon it would mean that the sun is on the other side of the world, thus this should be at night and overall not possible. But not an astronomer.

I think leaving the moon out or make the bright side the left side of the moon so it matches the location of the sun would make it more realistic.