Dolomite sunset (1992) with Tahoe moonrise (1991)
Ah-Ha: When I traveled to Europe, I always took a pre-exposed roll of full moons from tahoe in case I needed some special effects in-camera. In 1992, only a couple of years after photoshop was invented, personal computers were still too slow to handle this composite. 300mm is pretty much the perfect focal length for full moons as double exposures.
Canon F1 with Canon 300mm f4L (Kodachrome 64)