I love moonscapes! A beautiful church, mountains and the full moon rising. Using a film camera makes a moonscape a challenge in that the scene is dark which requires a slow shutter speed and the moon requires a fast shutter speed since it's moving. Too long of an exposure the moon starts looking like an egg. I planned this shot and it worked out well. The location is Peacham, Vermont, I prefer the winter as the air is clearer and the alpenglow is more pronounced with the snow. Winter and fall are the best times of the year to photograph Vermont.
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