A Noack, Texas farmer was very kind to allow me to set up shop last evening to try for photos of the coming full moon. I had met him a while back when taking photos of a tornado that ripped through East Williamson County, Texas. The tornado, actually two or three of them if memory serves, made quick work of two elevators on this site. I was happy to see that the ones destroyed were replaced with two shiny new versions. Since standing around waiting for something to happen isn’t acceptable, I pointed my little camera at the shiny metal reflecting the last of the day’s prairie light. My farmer friend offered to let me climb up the ladder with my cameras for photos, but on that I passed. A tripod on solid ground was the way to go.