Here's the full moon rise on Saturday, January 26, captured at Mono Lake in California's Eastern Sierra region.
The moon rise turned out well, but there was some gusty wind, and given the lightness of the tripod I was using, I tried a configuration I don't often use, and added a camera bag hanging from the tripod with the intent of stabilizing it. It started swinging in the wind gusts, and moved the tripod more than the wind alone had. I'll need to bring a bungee cord so the bag can sit on the muddy, snowy ground next time.
At least you get the gist of the event. Some day when I have more time I can align all of the exposures to each other in Photoshop, crop and re-save them, and the time-lapse will be saved.
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