The moon is a mirari, 02 Feb, 2020

The word mirage comes from the Latin mirari, means “to look at, to wonder at”. It is a real optical phenomenon that can be captured on camera. What the image appears to represent, however, is determined by the interpretive faculties of the human mind. [Wiki]

Monkeys fishing Moon.

Mirari在拉丁语中意为 “to look at, to wonder at”,和mirror、to admire有着相同的字根。由它所衍生出来的单词是mirage。光线经过折射后在观察者的位置形成虚像,图像所代表的含义由人决定。