Photographer's Note

This is taken in the small town of Killarney in the Canadian prairies. The building is a grain elevator where wheat and other grain is cleaned, graded, sorted and shipped out by train. This is an old-fashioned elevator, made of wood. They are being replaced by far less interesting large concrete structures.
This was an interesting evening: the sun was setting and gave the glow to the front of the elevator while the full moon was rising behind.
The light was fading fast. I had no tripod and had to use a garden hoe!
Now - a confession. In the original image the moon was overblown. So I cheated. I imported a moon that was almost identical from another image that I took exposed just for the moon.
Apart from that I used levels and hues and a bit of dodge and burn.

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