I love a young moon. I find it hopeful, full of delicate beauty, and a reassuring sign that seasons are moving along.
For this January photo, I waded into the Gallatin River near Big Sky, Montana and anchored my tripod to the bottom with a 40-pound dumbbell. About twenty minutes after sunset, while there was still a touch of pastel color in the sky, I captured this scene in a two-row panorama, using longer shutter exposures for the bottom row, smoothing out the flow of the icy water.
This is a limited-edition print available in two sizes and done on ready-to-hang aluminum or archival-quality photo paper. Each size and medium is limited to just 25 prints and comes signed and numbered.
The mock-up shows this image at the larger, 35x40 size.