She stood there in shock. They couldn't be. It was dangerous, foolish, and it was against the rules. "Come on, Lilly!" Diana cried happily. Happily! Despite her horror at the sheer disobedience of it all, Lilly felt a smile crawl over her face. If it could make Diana happy, it could make her smile, too. Screaming, Lilly jumped into the ice-cold water. And for the first time in what felt like forever, she laughed.
Often a fixture at fairs, parties, and carnivals, people sat in the crescent of a smiling "paper moon," as if lifted to the stars. A photographic phenomena primarily of the early half of the 20th century, it captivated the imagination of a world pre-Photoshop and gave many a memorable image of great times.