There are only about 4 chances a year to get a shot of the moon rising over Mt. Washington and New Hampshire’s White Mountains. This image of Mt. Washington and the Presidential Range was taken from the cross country center on the grounds of The Mt. Washington Hotel. The moon will rise about 40 minutes later the next day so you only get one chance a month to get both the Alpine Glow light from the setting sun and the moon in a photograph. Throw in the probability of Mt.Washington and the Presidential Range being in the clouds and your chances are greatly reduced. Finding a good foreground is important to complete the scene.