The second night of shooting began with high clouds blowing through for the first 1.5 hours of darkness. After a few initial shorter exposures, most images were in the 3-5 minute range to achieve a balance moonlight, depth of field, and cloud streaks. I explored a different part of the yard the second night, and used a lower, closer camera position to create a different balance between the cars and sky or mountains.
Reviewing the images from the first night on a laptop before going back was a helpful part of figuring out what kind of compositions worked best, and maximizing productivity during the 5 hours of available moonlight. I did about the same number of setups the 2nd night, but got more keepers. Let me know which ones are your favorites. A 3rd gallery with an additional 10 images will be coming up in the next few days.