Super Moon

These past few days featured a lovely Super Moon, the closest since 1948.

The moon is always a gorgeous sight, and a decent view with a 300mm telephoto lens, but why not enjoy a bigger, brighter beauty?


The moon is possibly the best example of the importance of utilizing foreground, not only to suggest size, but also add interest.  (See photos below)

Also a good example of a situation where you’ll want to have a plan in advance, areas scouted, and knowledge of when you need to be set up and ready to go.


Of course, a bit of serendipity now and then never hurts!

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’

Landscape photography of the Wolf Moon behind a tree.

Nature photograph of grass silhouetted by a harvest moon

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