To a group of southern California photographers, the holy grail of photography is getting a shot of an airplane perfectly placed in the center of the full moon as the plane travels by. The group is made up a diverse group of photographers–both amatuer and professional. Nick Ut, the legendary photographer behind “Napalm Girl”, is one of the original founding members of the group, which formed 2 years ago. Since then, the group has grown some and continues to have meetups every full moon.
The group, which dubs themselves the “Lunartics”, may not be as large as the photo walk that police confused for a rave, but they still know how to host a lively party. You can take a peek at the video below to see what the meetups are all about:
[ via CBS News ]