To make this photo I had to climb the mountain twice. At first I went to the top and saw a trail moving foward. I thought it was a round trip and advanced. In an hour I realized that I was wrong when I reached another town on the opposite side of the mountain. So I bought some water, had a 10 minutes rest in a beach tent and went back because I had some time before sunset yet. So I rushed back to the top. I made lots of photos that evening, but this one is my favourite. I was lucky enough to be there at the day when Moon rises an hour before sunset, which produced an image like that.
The thing I like about Ukraine a lot is that we have loooooooooong lasting twilight here – the sky may be non black until 10 pm.
It was a bit scary to walk back on the mountain trail using just moonlight. I even saw a fox and lots of bats.
Novyi Svit, Crimea, Ukraine
Ninok D7000, Nikkor 18-135