One of the obligations of my employment is to secure the natural area at dark. There's a gate across the entrance to the parking lot that must be closed each evening after all the visitors have departed. Last night, Kali and I went out to close the gate about 9 p.m.
Although it was humid, there was a breeze. Clouds scudded across the sky, which was illuminated by a nearly full moon. At one point, the moon disappeared behind a large, dense cloud; the moon shining behind ringed the cloud with quicksilver.By the time I was able to get to my camera, the dense cloud had moved on, but I still got some images. They're not great shots, but I thought they were interesting. All were hand-held. The red-orange glow on the lower horizon of the third image is light pollution courtesy of Philadelphia - 15 miles away.