“The full moon,
well risen in a cloudless eastern sky,
covered the high solitude with its light.
We are not conscious of daylight
as that which displaces darkness.
Daylight, even when the sun is clear of clouds,
seems to us simply the natural condition
of the earth and air.
When we think of the downs,
we think of the downs in daylight,
as we think of a rabbit,
with its fur on.
― Richard Adams, Watership Down