Just north of Boulder, CO, the NOAA Table Mountain Test Facility is home to a number of test satellite dishes. Fortunately for us, the fenced off property is partly visible from the nearby street network. Though I have no idea what these are actually used for, they do make the perfect foreground to the setting super moon! This photo is also the only photo I have on my website so far which appears on both the Sunrise and Night pages since it was take exactly on the line splitting the two phases as can be seen by the pink and blue sky.
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