It is notoriously difficult to photograph the moon, particularly if you want it to appear behind a subject in the landscape. From my research I had a good idea of where I'd need to be positioned but only to within an area the size a football pitch. It wasn't until the moon started to poke up above the shoulder of the tor that I could assess exactly where I'd need to position myself. I found I needed to be about 200m nearer the tor than I was stood, so I ran as fast as I could to get there in time. When viewed through a long camera lens the moon moves incredibly fast so time was of the essence.