Anglesea, Australia The first full moon of the summer was captured rising low over the cliffs of Anglesea on a clear night that made for this eery capture. In order to catch the moon like this you need a long lens (400mm+) that is also fast (f2.8), remember the light reflected from the moon is from the sun and therefore in order to preserve the detail on the moon’s surface, a fast shutter speed is required. As this image was captured just on dusk, the foreground was still able to be exposed sufficiently.