On Sunday I went on a new hike, Hulls Gulch Interpretive hike. My plan was to be out for the sunset and then hopefully get a shot of the full moon.
Now, don’t let the hike name fool you this was a 7 mile interpretive hike, the longest I’ve ever seen, and it did have some great views.
I was glad I brought my nice camera.
Well, the group I went with hiked fast and my plan to see the sunset didn’t really work out. The sun was still well above the horizon when we returned to the trail head. I was able to get a few nice sunset shots but what I really wanted was the full moon.
When the group dispersed, I chased the moon. I climbed a hill on the other side of town to get myself a nice view of the moon over Table Rock. I played with the setting on my camera for a while, trying different options. Eventually I was satisfied and went home.
Anxious to see my results I looked at the moon pictures right away (forgetting about the beautiful hike I had just done) and a few of the pictures actually turned out. Yea!!