I went out this morning to take photos of the November supermoon; it’s the closest the moon’s been to Earth since 1948. I went to South Haven, Michigan–hoping to catch the moon as it set over the west side of the state. Upon arrival at the lighthouse, I saw about a dozen photographers had the same idea! With respect to their positions, I found my framing and took some shots. I updated the profile page with one photo from this session. It was cloudy, so the moon wasn’t as visible as I’d hoped it would be–but it made for a nice effect with the moon behind the clouds.