Saw this moon last week in the early evening and just had to capture it

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In the northern hemisphere,
the Hunter's Moon appears
in October or November.
Traditionally, it was a
feast day in parts of
western Europe and
among some Native
American tribes, called
simply the Feast of the
Hunter's Moon, though the
celebration had largely
died out by the 1700s.
There is a large historical
reenactment by that name in
Lafayette, Indiana during the
early part of October.

Each month has a different moon that it is associated with, although these moons can occur in the previous
or next month. The Hunter’s Moon is the first full moon after the Harvest Moon.

In contrast to other moons, there is no long period of darkness between sunset and moonrise. In times past, this feature
of the autumn moons was said to help hunters tracking their prey. They could continue tracking their prey by moonlight
even when the sun had gone down. Hence the name Hunter's Moon.

tfl, susan