National Geographic : 1958 Feb
Swollen Moon, Afire with Sunlight, Hovers over Wetzlar, Germany Julius Behnke waited patiently for just the right light, then made this photograph at twilight with a 600-mm . telephoto lens, which brought his subjects up close. Actually, the tower stood a mile away; in medieval times it belonged to the city fortifications. Bright streaks radiate from the crater Tycho, not far from the moon's south pole (pages 280-281).