Excuse the pun in the title but I couldn't resist!
I photographed Neptune (for the Romans ; Poseidon for the Greeks), God of the Sea, previously covered with a beautiful warm summer light and against a deep blue sky but this time, as I walked past the statue again, I noticed the large moon in the sky.
I had to move a few meters on my side to be able to place it in a more strategic place in the frame.
A photograph always starts with something you find interesting, but a good image needs a bit of thinking and adjusting. Nothing too complicated once you know a few tricks and techniques.