Thanks for ur comments, glad that some find it nice.
On double exposure, does it mean to take a fully exposed background with an overblown moon and to take the underexposed foreground with nice exposed moon. Merge the 2 layers together and use history brush? But the thing is that the moon moves quite a bit in a matter of seconds. So if I want to use ISO 100 to exposed the foreground, to get best texture, then the moon would have trailed. :dunno:
Anyone with experience in taking moon pics in the evening with properly exposed foreground? Care to share your techniques and settings. I wanna try again during the next full moon. Thanks..