Lee noticed the full moon was orange in color as we drove home tonight. It’s considered a special full moon this month and it gets its name because its appearance low in the southeastern sky for several nights and this will give farmers extra time to harvesting crops. Of course this is all before the invention of electricity, farmers relied on bright moonlight in the late summer to gather their ripening crops after sunset.
This is the actual color around 8:30 pm (20:30).
I try my luck to see if I could photograph under the harvest moonlight, the result is not too bad. I think night photography could be interesting and a tripod is a must.