I caught the Hunter’s Moon rising over a mountain top. This “mountain” top was a mile or so out there. When the moon is this low, sometimes the atmospheric lens really distorts the “globe” shape but this night it was pretty clear and non distorting. There is some sculpting of the edges by the roiling atmosphere at such a low angle. Pretty good detail for a horizon moon though. I have literally seen a scrushed blurred blob setting before. It all depends on the air and what it’ doing to the light.
Location: Bliss Dinosaur Ranch, Wyoming/Montana borderlands.