|Lake Rico in the Golden Hour|
|Location of the moon rise, according to PhotoPills|
The major problem that faced me was the clouds in the East over of trees and lake. Behind me in the East with the sun was setting, the clouds were breaking up and clear skies were noted. What I was hoping is the weather patten would continue and the clouds in the East with disappear or would dissipate enough to allow the moon to be seen.
Just before the sunset, in the Golden hour, the trees, clouds and lake turned a golden orange. Later, after the sunset, the sky and clouds came a nice shade of pink.
|More Golden Hour|
|Pink in the Sky after Sunset|
|The Sky Looking South after Sunset|
Tuesday Night, again no luck because of heavy clouds. Yea! On Wednesday night almost a clear sky I I was able to photograph the 95% waxing Gibbous moon rising over Lake Rico. At least it was not three strikes and you are out!
|Light of the moon starting to peer over the trees|
|The Moon shining through the trees|
|95% Waning Gibbous Moon|
|Composite of the moon rising because of time constraints I could not get more photos|
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