This is a scene for the night between August 12 and 13 (Saturday and Sunday).
The Moon has eight and a half days to go till its New moment – the moment, this time, when it will stamp on the Sun.
Each morning from now on, you could see it take one stride (of a bit less than an outstretched handspan) nearer to the Sun. So you could each morning be up one hour later to see its dwindling crescent.
This morning the Perseid meteors may still be streaking, 10 hours (at the time and place of our picture) after their presumed peak.
The later strides of the Moon toward its appointment with the Sun are shown in this detail from the sky-scene illustration in The Under-Standing of Eclipses.