From the bloggers at Geogypsy Traveler
Seems all moon rises are great, especially a full moon, and maybe it’s just me, but my views of the Supermoon rising just don’t look very huge. Plus I’m such a novice at taking night photographs. I keep trying because practice makes better.
So…I read about camera settings. I checked out this really cool site, the Photographer’s Ephemeris, which shows exactly which direction all the moon and sun rises and sets are for whatever location I want. Of course I did forget to take vegetation in consideration. And then there’s the 4200+ foot (1280 m) Bradshaw Mountains to the east making for a higher horizon line than shows on my Google Sky phone app.
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