It was very still. Not the slightest breeze was blowing. This beautiful red sunset behind bare trees created a somber moment, a quiet moment, and a time to stop and reflect.
There was one thing missing though. It needed something to make the scene even more interesting, maybe even a little mysterious.
It needed the moon.
I used an image of the moon taken several days later, from a different part of the sky, late at night. I placed it in this image the same way a painter would do by painting in a moon where it’s needed. It works pretty well doesn’t it?
This is a composite image.
A good imagination can be a wonderful thing to have.
This is my personal style, “I encourage the viewer to see things in a different way”.