CC Madhya 20.404

ananta svarūpa kṛṣṇera nāhika gaṇana
śākhā-candra-nyāye kari dig-daraśana
Word for word: 
ananta — unlimited; svarūpa — forms; kṛṣṇera — of Lord Kṛṣṇa; nāhika gaṇana — there is no counting; śākhā-candra-nyāye — by the logic of showing the moon through the branches of a tree; kari — I do; dik-daraśana — only partial showing.
Translation: 
“In this way Kṛṣṇa’s transcendental forms are expanded unlimitedly. No one can count them. Whatever I have explained is simply a little glimpse. It is like showing the moon through the branches of a tree.”