It was clear night, just 24 hours after the full moon took place. Still few hours before my beauty sleep, decided to go for a drive to take pictures using the moonlight. With snow on the ground, there should be plenty of light for landscape photography. It was about minus 18 degree Celsius and getting cooler as I approached Two Jack Lake. North side of Mount Rundle looked beautiful under the moonlight, just needed something front of me that would ground the picture. Parked the car and went walking toward the lake, most of it was frozen but still some open water in the middle. I found cracked ice by the shore, just hoped the details would come out on the picture. Thanks to the moonlight and the 30 second exposure, I got what I wanted. A picture and my version of a night out.
Until next moment,