The moon sets over the mountain by the Swiftcurrent Pass Trail in Glacier National Park. Unfortunately, the mountain goats remain hidden in the glacier.
I typically like to use an f/11 or wider aperture on the 1Ds Mark III DSLR - to avoid diffraction-causing image softness. But in this case, the additional depth of field f/16 provided was more important to me. To capture this perspective, I was sitting directly on the ground - bringing the plant life up into the frame.
Camera and Lens Settings
28mm f/16.0 1/15s
5616 x 3744px