Around 10:30, after shooting some other night images, I hiked over to this setting that I had scouted while it was still light. Using a very high ISO so I could see what I was doing I made some test shots to get the exact composition that I wanted. With that resolved I set ISO to 800 and aperture to F6.7. I then plugged in an intervalometer programmed for a 2 hour delay (to allow time for the 60% moon to rotate into position behind the setup) and 85 two-minute exposures. When I got home I combined the images in Image Stacker. The moon did in fact light up the trees in the foreground very nicely.