I like to include our moon in landscapes. This giant ball orbiting around us has always intrigued us. We base our gcalendars on its movement, and I make my winter visits to the Upper Geyser Basin when it appears full or nearly full. In the mountains, the best time to include the moon in a photograph is two days before it is full and two days after it is full. Light on the landscape needs to be bright enough to show detail, but care must be taken not to overexpose the bright moon itself.