Morning twilight and a rising moon over Glacier National Park's Triple Falls.
Four exposures (focal lengths on 1.5x crop sensor):
Landscape: 12mm, f/11, ISO 100, 1 sec
Sky: 12mm, f/11, ISO 100, 1/5 sec
Moon: 70mm, f/9, ISO 100, 0.5 sec, downsized to about as small as a 35mm shot
Stars (about 1/2 hour before the rest): 12mm, ISO 1600, f/4, 30 sec
And the star-inside-the-moon issue has been fixed, as well as the moon made a bit smaller, here.
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