So it’s another time-lapse moonrise. The minor innovation tonight was moving the cameras down off the railing so the wind wouldn’t blow them off. (The wide angle camera was inside the kitchen window, while the telephoto was outside on a low table, shooting through the slats in the railing. I’ll get a picture next time.)
I think my favorite part of this one is the Caltrains streaking by, reflecting the setting sun directly back at the camera. The actual moonrise over the East Bay hills wasn’t visible because of the clouds and haze, but it popped out of those reasonably quickly.