Dawn, the day of the brightest moon of the year lowering over the western horizon.
This was created from a crop necessitated by two other photographers who were there before us who, as I noticed in post with almost all my photos from that morning, had walked all around the trees, leaving trails of footprints that will now likely be there for months, or until the next big rainstorm.
They are, in part, still visible near center frame.
Why someone would be so careless is beyond me, but at a sight like this, it's hard to fathom not being aware that one's actions might effect others.
I took some night shots the evening before, under full moonlight, so bright that the geothermal plant actually made the trees cast shadows, about 2200 hours, and there were no footprints whatsoever.