Moonrise, Logierait, Perthshire
We walked miles through rain, sleet and snow, not finding a single photograph. Light faded, day turned to night - and just as we emerged from forestry tracks onto the road, a bright beam of warm light low on the horizon caught my eye. Naturally, the clouds obscured the sight immediately I started setting up the camera and tripod - but a couple of minutes later and the full moon rose behind the trees. In popular parlance, a full moon coinciding with the lunar perigee makes it a "supermoon"; the second full moon of the year, in winter, made it a "snowmoon". Seven RAW frames shot in burst mode, focussed on the moon, for superresolution, processed in RawTherapee and median-blended in Affinity Photo.
GPS location: 56.654786333333334, -3.6800874499953484
Shutter speed: 0.025s
Lens: YONGNUO ADPTER II + 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary 01
Focal Length: 361
Date and Time: 2020:02:09 18:09:06