Photographer: Jim Reitz Photo taken: Taken June 26, 2018 in the Queen Anne neighborhood Photographer’s description: “The Space Needle scores a bull’s-eye, skewering the rising (nearly) full moon. This was a shot I’ve planned for a while, and fortunately there were clear skies on Tuesday night. For moonrise shots, I prefer the night before the official 100 percent full moon — the earlier moonrise time balances the light between the moon and the foreground landscape. This allowed me to capture the scene in a single raw exposure, rather than use HDR or compositing. Canon 7D Mark II camera, Tamron 150-600mm lens zoomed to 309 mm, 1/125 sec. at f/13, ISO 400. Contrast and sharpening adjustments in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.” Critique: “Clearly, your planning really made this image come together successfully. Your experience with moonrises also shows with how you put the moon and Space Needle on a clean background with cool evening colors.” Below is a gallery of previous Reader’s Lens picks. Share your recent photo from around the Northwest. Submit online at seattletimes.com/submit-photos. Our favorite will appear in this spot next week. We judge the year’s best and award prizes in December.