Director Mo Fallon and Steve capture the rise of the “supermoon” in early May in the Sonoran desert of Northern Mexico. You’ll see a shot of this in the Buffalo episode that doesn’t quite look real. “Supermoon” is the layman’s term for the lunar perigee, literally the night of the year that the full moon is closest in its orbit to the earth. Seeing this massive moon rise over the ridge of a mountain in the Sonora Desert was impressive and added a sharp visual memory to a really great hunt and a really exciting episode. This was a fun shot, right after this we were able to pick up the camera, hurry closer to the ridge, and shoot it all over again.