As I progress as a photographer, it seems that I take fewer pictures, but I'm more successful with the ones I do take. I can only attribute that to better planning. In the past, I simply grabbed my camera and ventured off in search of an image. Good pictures were the result of luck more than anything. These days, I try to visualize a shot, and make a careful plan to capture it. This image is an example of that planning. Using an app that provided information about the moon, and my knowledge of the aea, I was in the right place at the right time--and no luck involved. The full moon rose directly over the White River downstream from City Rock Bluff.