When I left work on Friday evening, the moon was low, big, and shining with a bright yellowish orange color tone. It looked like it was on fire. I really wanted to get an awesome “big moon” shot but I did not have my long range lens or an interesting foreground to work with. I did not even have my tripod on me! I drove towards the moon and hoped for the best. I ended up on one of the finishing docks in New Bedford, MA. I used one of the wooden barriers as a tripod and this was the result.
This is a multi-image composition composed of 5 different exposures and 1 image isolated on the moon.