The night I took this photo was one of the best and most memorable evenings of my life. Low hanging clouds swirled all around me, the sunset was glowing orange as it dipped below the horizon, and I was on top of the mountain without another person in sight. Truthfully, I've been in a pretty negative and frustrating headspace lately. There's a lot that doesn't make sense right now and I've been pretty down. But, I'm doing my best to focus on remembering evenings like this, and looking forward to the adventures ahead. Always gotta believe things will get better.
I've had last night in my calendar since the last full moon, and this shot in my mind since I found out I had access to a 500mm lens and a location where the moon would rise just to the left of Fischer peak. What I didn't take into effect was that the moon arcs as it rises, which lead to this shot. A little bit of luck goes a long way. An incredible way to switch seasons. Happy spring equinox!