Mt. Mansfield provides the back drop for my drive to work each morning. Fittingly – the mountain is named for its face like appearance – each morning the mountain shows a different face. Not taken in the morning, this photo just captures the mountains personality at a different time – February’s full moon.
The clarity you see in the night sky is rare in these parts. Thus, a full moon coinciding with a clear night was a treat. The only downside: clear nights mean braving bitter cold to get the shot. Not to worry, I had a cold beer to keep me warm.
Here are some other pictures I’ve taken of or while standing on the tallest mountain in Vermont: