On a late May night, the 28th at 10 pm to be exact, I broke away from the small group photographing the ancient ruins along with the stars that night. I carried my tripod and camera and went around to the back of the ruins to see what views I could see from there. That night the moon was almost full and the night was clear allowing for the moon to shine more light upon the surrounding area. The light from the moon presented a challenge throughout the night but as I rounded the corner I instantly saw how great the light illuminated the ruins. I set my f/stop to 4, the ISO to 1600 and set the exposure to 15 seconds to compensate for the extra light. I was very pleased with the result of the picture.