A couple of Saturdays ago, we had an unusually gigundous full moon. Like many others, I took my camera out to record it. The moon was exceptionally bright -- so bright that, as a highlight, it was completely blown out - no detail. Fortunately, we had an interesting cloud cover moving in and out. I used that to bring the moon light darker as in the image below, but, as you can see, the moon was just too powerful for a Nikon. Not too surprising -- the moon reflection is actually sunlight. This was taken in my back yard in Wappingers Falls NY -- the house is my neighbor's house, which is almost identical to mine. I live in a row of attached houses - 2 houses abutted together - built around 1890 for executives of the Bleachery, a quarter of a mile away along the banks of Wappingers Creek. TMI?