This photo could be titled "Blue Moon of Kentucky". It's a best effort at moon photography. Over the past couple of weeks we've had some wonderful round harvest moons. I've tried several settings and read through a couple of tutorials without great effect. Apparently to get a good moon shot you have to have something more than a point and shoot camera. And be aiming it at just the right time--when it first appears and there's still enough light so that other things--like trees, mountains, water show up as well. Moon photography is going to require some further study. In the meantime, be on the lookout for harvest moons in your area and snap away!
If you'd like to participate in the Two Weeks in Autumn Photo Challenge--and I hope you do--it's simple. Just grab your camera and take a photo of your interpretation of the day's subject. Post on your blog and then leave me a comment so I can visit you and include your link on the player's list below. Also, since some of the photo subjects may take a bit of planning thought I'd give you a few of them ahead of time.
September 30, Day 8 Subject - "Fall Fun"
October 1, Day 9 Subject - "Early Fall Landscapes"
October 2, Day 10 Subject - "Nature Closeups"
October 3, Day 11 Subject - "Autumn Sunlight"