September is the driest month here, and this one had even less rain than normal. Mid-month, as a sliver of the moon made its appearance on the horizon at dusk, I made the quick decision to see how many nights (and then mornings) would be clear enough for a good moon photo. Three or four nights have been too cloudy, but most have been very clear so far. I still have a few days to go. Here is a combo of three, the first photo I took, the “Harvest Moon” full moon, and then the waning Gibbous moon from just this morning.