Upon prompting, you may, perhaps, recall that my original attempt – posted here – to photograph the full moon was thwarted by cloud cover. At the time I did get some alternate sunset photos that saved the outing, but conditions were much better on this next evening. That's good because this was the actual evening of the full moon, which, in July, has been called the Buck Moon or even the Full Buck Moon.
I missed the very earliest of the rising due to the location from which I chose to shoot. At first, the moon was obscured behind trees as well as the adjacent overpass by the parking lot. But it was still large and very orange, and when it shifted a little more, I took my ↓ first photo ↓. The treetops were still in the way, but I don't mind the effect.
In shooting for the moon, I had to underexpose in order to get the moon to come out right, I did that in the next photo too, but attempted to lift the rest of the scene in editing while keeping the moon to the correct exposure. If you look closely, although I don't know if you can do that at this resolution, there are still a few branches over the bottom of the moon.