If the previous one didn't get you to sit up straight and take notice of the lies, maybe this one will.
Is any of this really an issue of composites, or technical prowess? NO, it's about being honest and truthful about what you do. If you want to add a moon, or heck even the sun right next to it - who cares, but have the common decency to at least say you did it because you liked it that way and wanted to present it that way or (heaven forbid) you did it for artistic reasons - just don't lie to me about it, that's the part that tics me off.
Lik just released this to his collector base yesterday:
Peter has finally released his first photograph of the year!! I am excited to introduce to you Peter Lik’s newest master class edition, Moonlight Reflections. It looks like something out of this world. This stunning photograph was taken in La Jolla, California at just the right time and mood. Moonlight Reflections exude a romantic ambiance in beautiful tones of cream, gold, and sienna. The colors are very bold yet the smooth glow of the ocean and passionate essence in the sky creates a calm feeling. Through streaks of whispering clouds, the radiating Moon gravitates you to a dreamlike state.