It's unusual to witness a moon rising from a mountain gap. It happens less often during winter and snow is covering the mountains, and it's even more uncommon to see it in the daytime without the usual winter cloud cover. I was remarkably fortunate to capture a shot of the moon rising between Mosquito Peak and Mt. Arkansas in the Arapaho National Forest in Colorado's Rocky Mountains. This photo was taken just north of Leadville, the highest (in elevation) incorporated city in the country (10,152 feet) from SR 91.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.