The team lunch at Med-One in Huddersfield helped to break up what otherwise would have been a very long day in the office.
This evening there was only three minutes between moonrise (20:26) and sunset (20:29) so I headed high onto the moors in the hope of capturing them both.
The sky to the west was relatively clear so today's blip is the sun setting over the Ringstone Edge Reservoir at Barkisland.
To the east however, the full moon was hidden behind cloud and it was impossible to get anything like a clear photograph. I drove right up to the top of the moors at Buckstones Edge in the hope of a better shot but the low light, cloud and camera shake from the wind meant that result (see extra) was not as clear as I would have liked