When the moon is full, astrophotographers often have less than an enthusiastic response. It tends to dominate the sky and wash out any hope of observing deep sky objects. I used the beginnings of tonight to try out my new folding table–a big step up from setting things on a Rubbermaid tub. I figured another good use for the bright full moon was to illuminate myself and telescope for a selfie. I tried to hold pretty still for 3 minutes while the exposure unfolded. The hope was to catch the star trails as they seem to revolve around Polaris (made more obvious with software enhanced diffraction spikes).