Just to make my view out of the 5th floor window over a construction site even better, the sun has decided to reflect its winter low-angle self off all the upper floor windows and glass-faced buildings in the area.
So as much as I enjoy the bright afternoon sunlight flooding the room, I’m forced to pull down the blinds as a dozen or more specular reflections hit me in the face starting around 3PM and lasting until sunset.
On the other hand, the moon has become sausage-shaped.
So I didn’t use a tripod when taking this. The buildings managed to smear in a believable way, so the moon just looks crazy. I probably could have achieved much the same effect by holding the shutter open for an hour while keeping the camera still.