"Lunar Rendezvous" by Andrew McCarthy
printed on C-Type Matt
A happy accident while casually shooting the first quarter moon during the afternoon, "Lunar Rendezvous" shows the moment a commercial jet intersects our dusty neighbor in the sky. Although nearly a quarter million miles apart, it makes for a fun illusion that our moon is just a big rock in our atmosphere and a popular destination.
The moon is harder to spot during the day, but is visible when the sun is out far more often than you'd think. In fact, the ONLY phase not visible during the day is the full moon.
The size indicated is the printed area, the print will also include a 1/2" white border for handling and framing.