The Stawberry Moon! That's what!
Last nights Strawberry Moon was a full moon on the Summer Solstice. This is the first time since 1948 and the last time until 2062 this will coincide.
Sunset image above was about 2 hours before the moon image. The moon itself is also a composite. It's much smaller in reality from this field of view.
This image is 15 images stitched together.
-Two panoramic images (sunset & moonrise) each 7 images stitched together.
-Detailed image of the moon overlaid and blended with the moon light.
-They are blended together to show the sunset and moon rise at the same time with day/night coming together.
-The sun and moon are ~180 degrees opposite on the horizon.