My trip to Ogunquit a few weeks ago was quite the full day. I started with a sunrise shoot along the Marginal Way, helped teach a photography workshop during the afternoon, and then ended the day with a photo walk with workshop participants to Perkins Cove and back at sunset. It was exhausting, but a lot of fun. I also came home with a few images I like, which is always a nice thing.
This was one of the last images I took that day and shows the full moon rising over the Atlantic and the cliffs of the Marginal Way. And yes, the moon was this red color due to some haze in the atmosphere as it rose above the horizon. I chose a telephoto lens to compress the scene and get the moon as big as possible in the shot. It was a beautiful way to end the day.