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Lunchtime Photo

The moon is playing hide-and-seek with the clouds in today’s picture. I’m curious about where the rust color comes from. This was late enough at night that it wasn’t residual light from sunset. I don’t think it’s an artifact of the camera either. Could it be a streetlight reflecting off the lens hood or something?
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