Actually, the moon was one day past the full moon stage because day before was cloudy, so no photos. As usual, the full moon set happens at the same time as sunrise so the light is quite dramatic. Only problem is that there is 4 full stops difference between correct exposures for the moon and for the ground. Even ND grad filters can’t compensate for such a drastic difference in light so Photoshop is the only solution to come up with a image that resembles what a human eye does see. Of course, the 1000mm lens was mounted on heavy tripod and I took one exposure for ground at f/8, 1/15 second, ISO 200 and second at f/8, 1/250 second, ISO 200. I have merged these two exposures in Photoshop Elements 10 using layer masks. There were no other enhancements made.