Full Moon Fever

Full moons in Vermont are a special time.  The Moon’s light reflects off the snow and lights up the night.  Under a full moon’s light, you are free to do many things that you couldn’t when the moon is not full.  We choose to hike into the Notch and burn things while consuming beer.  If that sounds smart, you should see how we get the wood to burn up into the Notch (hint: it is good to know snowmakers who have ready access to snowmobiles).

These are a few time exposures I took of the fire and the full moon.  My idea was to capture the festivities taking place under the full moon.  My favorite photo of the set is the one below.  Captured as the party winded down, the moon remains while the stragglers finish off the fire and remaining beers. Enjoy.


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