I found a spot in the backyard where street lights were blocked by the house and tried to capture the shadows of the Ash tree on the leaf covered lawn caused by only the moonlight of the near full moon. I used the 30sec shutter control setting.
This is a comparison control photo I took with automatic settings in the noonday sunlight, of the tree shadows, to compare to photos taken of the same tree shadows in the moonlight of the full moon. Yet I found the images of the shadows very interesting in themselves.
Here we see a white moonlit stretch of lawn converging on a shaft of light from an amber colored street light, with a garden fairy figurine in the middle.
While trying to get a photo of moon shadows I found this interesting path of amber light coming from the amber colored street light down on the corner.
Moonlight on the tree, lawn and Garden Fairy enhanced by the led light on the crystal ball she is holding.
It just seemed like the juniper bush was reaching past the ash tree to try and capture more of the moonlight. Such a tall stately bush in the brilliant moonlight.