I took these photos a day early because the weather forecasts called for cloudy skies this evening and I wanted to capture the largest full moon of the year.
I had some difficulty with exposures because the moon was so bright that it blew out any of the trees or surrounding scenery.
I thought I'd play a bit and set the camera for a ten-second exposure and then slowly panned the tripod head — I'm not sure what to make of this, perhaps we'll call it "art".
We did get some elevated winds today on the ride home but nothing like the blizzard of snow I keep hearing about — being from the Midwest I find it humorous when people here complain about the cold-and-snow. We'll see if the snow yet arrives.