Quartzsite, Arizona, is a small town of only a few thousand people. Until the snowbirds arrive.
In January and February the tiny town hosts over 1.5 million tourists, most of them RVers.
We arrived a few days before the giant RV show which is held in the town every year. We picked out our spot a little ways away from everyone else in one of the many BLM (Bureau of Land Management) grounds where you can boondock for free.
But as the show time got closer, more and more RVs showed up. Only a couple of days before I made this photo, this land was empty.
I thought the RVs made an interesting foreground to the spectacular full moon.
This is a single 0.4 second exposure made with my new Sony NEX6 and the 55-210mm lens.