With the moon full, I took a picture of the cabin behind ours with a two minute exposure.
A few nights later it was Labor Day weekend and the neighbors were in residence. I like the glow through the curtains but now the moon was lower and not casting shadows against the wall. I was surprised to see the hint of blue sky, it was 10 pm and the sun had set two hours earlier.
I used an ISO of 400 with the lens wide open. The two minute exposure was about right but it depends on the conditions, one night there was some haze from fires and then the moon was waning. My camera takes as long or longer to process the shot as the exposure so each one took over four minutes.
You can see more interesting shadows at Hey Harriet.