Photographing the moon as it sets at full phase or waning by just a day or two is one of my favorite things. Unless the sky is completely overcast I make several images on such mornings. This time, the moon’s position allowed me to capture its setting along with the many faces I see in the rock.
Wild Irises in South Park meadow with Pikes Peak on distant horizon.
This tall narrow view is a composite of multiple images. I was out making closeups of wildflowers on a stormy day with a macro lens when I found this scene. I made several images to stitch together rather than changing to a wide angle lens.