Hey everyone, it's been a while since I have had the time to get out with my camera and to the computer. I was on my way to bed on the weekend when I looked outside and saw an amazing view of the super moon. For anyone that doesn't know what a super moon is, I will fill you in on what I read. A super moon is when the moons orbital axis bring it to its closest distance to earth. Therefore making it appear much larger than usual. So I saw this outside my back door and ran for the camera and tripod. I took about four shots and then ran in to go to bed. Later on in the week I loaded them onto the computer. While going through the images I saw one photo that looked amazing with a little lens flare. The only thing I thought was missing was some of the moons detail. So that brought me to photo shop programs to see if I could create the image I was looking for. I tried to use an HDR program at first but since I didn't take them with HDR in mind, the frame didn't line up for the program to stitch it together. So I went into another program that I know better called Roxio and did a manual HDR simulation. I hope you all like this as much as I do. I think it turned out exactly as I was imagining it to be. ;) Cheers and have a great day.