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October 3, 2009

Evening. The night before full moon, the moon rises 40 minutes or more depending on time of year so it is light enough to shoot full moon and it catches more or the suns color. It's a preferred night as it is 98% full.

Had been a warm day and it created a low cloud layer that was going to make moon rise tough. It would be too high for a true moon rise, but worth hanging out to see what happened.

It turned out to be a great sunset. What is so special about this place is you can stand in one spot and turn 180 and see sunset and back again to see the moon. So special.