You know you are probably becoming a little obsessive about photography when you get out of bed at 3:15A to get a picture. But this is one I've thought about for a long time - a full moonset over the Okemo Valley. Unfortunately early Sunday morning was overcast so I did not get the absolute full moon but being shot at 4:20A this does catch the moon just 22 hrs past it's peak. The image was made from The Pinnacle in Ludlow, VT. A problem with moon photography is that the moon is both very bright and moving fast. Most photographers overcome this problem by shooting 2 images and then combining them - which I did. I also added a little artistic license by using my flashlight to "light" paint the rocks during the long exposure shot. D300 for both shots: Moon - Tamron [email protected], f8, 1/400s, ISO 200; Landscape - Tamron [email protected], f11, 30 s., ISO 400. Combine and post-processed in Lightroom 5 and Photoshop Elements. Tomorrow - the sunrise that occurred just 45 minutes later.