This morning as I poured my first cup of Joe, I peered out the window to find a crescent moon rising over Lookout Mountain. Remembering my dream, I thought I should grab my Canon 5D and the new 70-200mm 2.8L IS USM lens I bought to make sure the dream was in fact--just a dream. So, I stood at the end of walk for these images. The camera was fine!
The camera settings are at their extremes: ISO-3200, f/2.8, 1/125 of a second. Still, the image isn't too bad and even at 1/125 of a second you can still see a few of the craters on the moon in the second image (click on the image to enlarge).