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A tad chilly, make that a cold 33 degrees at 6:45 a.m., but I had to capture the Long-Night Moon that reached its peak of fullness at 5:22 a.m. EST.
I rode to the 7th green where the moon was about to dip behind far the trees. My light was positioned between the brake cords and the basket, but this setup will have to be tweaked as the light kept slipping and preventing me from painting. The whole expedition took about 20 minutes and I managed to capture the initial scene minus the houses across the water that line the 6th fairway. I so love not being a camera! The moon disappeared below the tree line. Ho hum, it's tough when you have to go to work when all you really want to do is stay home and paint :)
Ooooooh, I'm so going to love traversing the trails on my PaintCycle and sketching!!!
Stay tuned for the final journal page!