Artist Christopher Niemann's art work celebrates the solstice, the longest day of the year.

If you haven't seen the Google doodle of the day, go check out Christopher Niemann‘s art work that celebrates the summer solstice, the longest day of the year.

The Google doodle depicts scenes of a perfect summer day: crashing waves, children decked in bathing suits and snorkeling gear. The sumer solstice is the day when the sun is at the farthest point north from the Earth's equator and the moon will be in its full ivory bloom, closest it has been to Earth all year. This year, the moon is set to transform into a “supermoon” as it reaches its full glorious phase tonight.

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