One of the most beautiful moonrises I have photographed and my interpretation of what was captured by my camera. We stole a few hours alone with Valya, left the children and headed north. There was a few hours of clear skies in the forecast overnight and we decided to try shooting with the idea that there would be a moonrise. When we got there, we found that we had forgotten her winter jacket, and the southerly wind, which hadn't stopped all day, kept reminding us that the night would be chilly. In the end, after we went for a sunset walk by Kamen Bryag and I marked places for photography, Valya slept in the hotel, and I was in the field at 3 o'clock in the morning. For the first half hour there was a thick and low fog, something I hadn't anticipated. Moisture is a great enemy of night photography as it refracts the light and the shots become cloudy without color and contrast. Fortunately, just as the core of the Milky Way rose enough to show all its beauty, the conditions became perfect. I managed to take some shots and keep the tradition of visiting this place in April.