Dog looking up
From Alciatus’ Emblemata:
CLXV, inanis impetus
Lunarem noctu, ut speculum, canis inspicit orbem,
Seque videns, alium credit inesse canem,
Et latrat: sed frustra agitur vox irrita ventis,
Et peragit cursus surda Diana suos.
Dog looking up to the moon’s ball as to a glass by night
And seeing himself there, must think “another dog’s on it!”
And bark in vain: for one wind sweeps away the startled cry.
Disdainful Moon keeps following her walkway through the sky.