I have a special affinity for the moon and I'm always seeing where the moon is rising and cutting across the sky to descend in the west over the Pacific ocean. Like the ancient Greek and Roman myths, I imagine she is driving a chariot across the sky, always traveling and visiting new lands but also always living a lonely existance.
This is a collection of my moon photographs. When I take these, I usually seek to position the moon alongside a familiar landmark. This often requires a considerable amount of planning as well as luck with the clouds, furthermore, the path she follows varies and every day she is in a different part of the sky. Between the time I envision a photo with the moon precisely placed and when I can realize it, often several years may have passed with multiple failed attempts.