Full Wolf Moon – January - Amid the cold and deep snows of midwinter, the wolf packs howled hungrily outside Indian villages. Thus, the name for January’s full Moon. Sometimes it was also referred to as the Old Moon, or the Moon After Yule. Some called it the Full Snow Moon, but most tribes applied that name to the next Moon.
According to the weather app on my phone, the temp was 1° and the wind chill was -17°. I got one shot, lol. I went to Pirate's Lane where I didn't have to get out of my car. Set up my tripod outside my car so I could stay in the car and reach through the window, lol. Even at that, my fingers didn't work for very long and the wind was shaking the camera. The moon was a beauty, though, and there was sea smoke, too.
This photo reminds me of Edward Hopper’s “Nightwatch”. It’s fun to see the side of the GMHC as if lit up by what appear the moon as a gigantic spotlight.
On your above photograph I used the photo editor on my iPhone (IOS 11) and it has many parameters in addition to “popping” the picture with just “contrast and brightness”. I came up with a version that pops the UU church on the left - but then the right side wasn’t right for me. I might try the “lightbox” app - which has good reviews.
Hopper roomed at the (once “black” or dark grsy) house opposite Joan on the circle opposite the Legion (Happy 100th!) - his oil paintings certainly blessed Gloucester. He also painted in NYC and all over Europe!