Deseret News photographer O. Wallace Kasteler had a little fun Tuesday morning capturing a larger-than-life harvest moon as it hung over downtown Salt Lake City. By using two different telephoto lenses, shooting a time exposure and then printing two shots into one picture, Kasteler captured this glowing lunar body as it probably appears in many a mind's eye. He caught the scene about 6 a.m. from a parking lot near 450 South and 10th East, using a 300mm lens to shoot the downtown buildings and a 600mm lens to shoot the moon itself. This seasonal moon, which according to astronomical data was actually full at 10:25 p.m. Monday, has many names besides harvest moon. Indians of the northeastern United States call it frost moon, hunter's moon and travel moon. The ring around the moon Tuesday was caused by a refraction off ice crystals in the cirus clouds, said meteorologist William J. Alder. Alder said a mild, dry weather pattern will persist in Utah through the week.