A question for your science or astronomy teacher
In the last years I have tried to photograph Mount Pleasant through out the seasons.
I have captured some great sunsets from the top and not so good photos of the sun rising behind Mount Pleasant
I saw a snap shot someone took of the moon over Mount Pleasant while driving down Broad Street.
There must be several days a year when you can stand in the fairgrounds parking lot (by Broad Street) and view the moon passing over the top of Mount Pleasant
Fairgrounds parking lot
Looking 'east' to
I can capture great sunsets.. but I think to get a sunrise the sky must have a thin layer of clouds over it.. maybe try next year 😉
Another location might be on the hill at Forest Rose if you could get in there after dark
I am guessing there is software or a chart that predicts such things
I would like to stand in the parking lot and capture the moon moving over top of the mountain
Is there any days of the year when the moon takes that path and if so what time would the moon be visible in that paththe tripod would be by Broad Street or at Forest Rose.
Just pretend like you were planning to photograph the moon moving over Mt P, what day and time would you set up your tripod?