I guess I did not explain my thinking as I should have, which unfortunately I seem to do quite often here.
I do understand each day at the same time of day each picture was taken it will be in a different location from new moon to full moon.
But I would think that between day 1 and day 28 (new moon back to the next new moon one month later) would be much closer to each other in location as far as the pictures in the above link shows with the camera body staying in the exact same place each and every day.
Isn't that what the pictures show? New moon on to the next new moon one month later?
Now do you understand my thinking?? I do hope!!!!!!!!
Yes I understood your thinking, my comment was in reference to the Twitter caption that says they were taken at the same place and at the same time.
Re your thinking, the moon does wander around a bit. One way to work out exactly where it will come up, or set or be at a particular time, is to use an app called The Photographer's Ephemeris. I'm sure there are other apps as well.