It was a wonderful evening to go worm hunting. That’s Worm Moon hunting!
With great weather upon us I took advantage of it and chased down the full Worm Moon last night. This time trying to get it coming up in back of the historic New London’s Ledge Lighthouse.
Everything was going to plan until a bank of low clouds moved in. The moon slithered through the cloud layer, only to be seen about several degrees above the lighthouse, not behind it.
A pretty picture, but not what I wanted. So what do you do? Turn around 180 degrees and shoot the setting sun. A nice sunset image in March! Wow! The evening was saved!