I was hoping to do a timelapse of the moon rising, but I was late getting out there, so I decided I would try and get the moon setting. I got home late, but I set everything up anyway. Only to realize my batteries for my timelapse controller were dead. I was too tried after they finally charged. None the less, I got one decent shot. Tonight I'll be more prepared.
Also I just took apart my 18-270mm lens, well, just the first piece of glass, so I could get the dust out of there. I noticed the dust after I dropped my camera one night. Now the dust is gone and all is looking well for a moon rise lapse tonight. I just hope I can figure out where it will pop up.