Yesterday morning's moonset --
Actually more of a moonfade.
And just now I noticed the now-limp and drying clump of violets from three days ago, which is now surrounded by probably a hundred tiny black and white seeds. A very close inspection showed the still-green cleistogamous pods in emergency scattering mode. Every pod has rapidly matured, and almost all have split open. I could hear seeds hitting the table as I drew. Afterwards I carried the spent plants and all seeds outside and scattered them in the yard. We will have lots of violets next spring!