My photographer friends, mentors and my biggest supporter, my hubby, have always encouraged me to step out of my comfort zone with my photography. Striving to constantly improve my skills, I believe that if you fail or succeed, you won't learn anything unless you try. So when I heard on the news tonight that there was a "supermoon" I thought I would give it a try. In the 2 minutes between feeding Andrew and putting David to bed, I attempted my first nighttime landscape shot of the moon. As my brother in law Tim would say, "The moon is so much bigger in California." Love you Timmay.