*Glowing moon rises and sets.
During the blue hours amazing light, if you plan correctly to line up the moon in your scene for a capture. You will be surprised at the ease of exposure. The moonlight can really be complimentary to the scene if used creatively. Place the moon on a third in your composition, maybe between buildings or tors. Use the light emitted from the moon to light whole mountain ranges up using a higher ISO.
Planning the positioning can be done quiet easily with an App called The Photographer's Ephemeris or "TPE". It is available for Apple and Android. A lot of people are using it, however if you are not. This is one to check out. I find it very handy indeed.
The app works just like google maps. With the added feature of the location for sunrise,sunset and for the moon. The moon is represented by the light blue and blue lines over a google maps page. Light blue for moon rise and dark blue for moon set. The trajectory can be planned by scrolling across the tab at the bottom of the screen. You can plan ahead by selecting the date and see the times and direction of either the sun or moon.